zestful

[ zest-fuh l ]

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ZESTFUL

They seemed to convey an impression of enormous, zestful excitement.

First of all, let us agree that boyhood is the least zestful part of a mans life.

For Boone the approaching summer was no longer a period of zestful anticipation.

His interest in her was merely a part of his intense, zestful interest in life.

On those afternoons the lake was a pretty sight, zestful, alive with color.

After prison walls, this rushing through the night was like a zestful game.

At Ballyards, he had seen his mother quickening into zestful life because of Eleanor's desire to be informed of things.

A hearty, zestful woman, savouring life with gusto, undiminished by child-bearing and hard work.

When Brink hung up, Fitzgerald had a look of zestful anticipation on his face.

Cool, odorous with pines and with the breath of the mountains, it was like a zestful draught of iced summer.

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