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zing•er



Pronunciation: (zing'ur), [key]
n. Informal.
1. a quick, witty, or pointed remark or retort: During the debate she made a couple of zingers that deflated the opposition.
2. a surprise, shock, or piece of electrifying news: The President's resignation was a real zinger.
3. a person or thing that has vitality or animation or produces startling results.

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