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Zappiest

Pronunciation of Zappiest
/zˈapɪəst/, /zˈapɪəst/, /z_ˈa_p_ɪ__ə_s_t/

Synonyms for zappiest:

cheerful (adjective)

airy, animated, blithe, bouncy, bright, bucked, buoyant, cheery, chipper, chirpy, contented, effervescent, enlivening, enthusiastic, glad, gladsome, good-humored, good-natured, hearty, high, hilarious, hopeful, in good spirits, in high spirits, jaunty, jocund, jolly, joyful, lighthearted, lively, merry, optimistic, peppy, perky, pleasant, roseate, rosy, sanguine, snappy, sparkling, sprightly, sunny, upbeat, vivacious, winsome, zippy, zingy, zappy, gay, full of pep, sunny side up, up*.

exuberant (adjective)

ardent, brash, cheerful, eager, ebullient, elated, excited, exhilarated, frolicsome, high-spirited, passionate, spirited, vigorous, zestful, feeling one's oats.

merry (adjective)

amusing, blithesome, boisterous, boon, carefree, comic, comical, convivial, enjoyable, entertaining, facetious, funny, gleeful, grooving, humorous, joyous, jumping, mad, mirthful, riotous, rip-roaring, rollicking, sportive, unconstrained, uproarious, wild, Larking, Rocking, Saturnalian, fun-loving.

robust (adjective)

able-bodied, athletic, booming, brawny, built, concentrated, fit, flourishing, full-bodied, hale, hardy, hefty, husky, live, lusty, muscular, potent, powerful, powerhouse, prospering, prosperous, roaring, robustious, rough, rugged, sinewy, sound, stout, strapping, sturdy, thriving, tiger, tough, vital, well, in good shape, in fine fettle, fit as fiddle, in good health, in the pink, robustuous, wicked*.

spirited (adjective)

active, alert, animate, audacious, avid, bold, brave, burning, courageous, dauntless, energetic, fearless, fiery, full of life, game, gingery, gritty, gutsy, hot, intrepid, keen, mettlesome, nervy, peppery, plucky, resolute, sharp, spunky, zealous, zesty, hyper.

sprightly (adjective)

agile, breezy, brisk, clever, dapper, dashing, good, light, nimble, playful, quick, quick-witted, saucy, scintillating, smart, spry, swinging, Fairylike, Keen-witted.

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