zestful[ zest-fuh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF zestful
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.