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As a neurotransmitter, it zips across the spaces between brain cells.

The richness of the miso and soy, with the zip from the ginger, makes the fish heavenly.

Rather than wasting time slowly climbing one building to the next like previous games, you could just shoot out a zip line or pull yourself up a tall building in seconds.

The now-deleted tweet featured a video of half-red, half-blue hoodie being zipped up and the message “The one thing we know, is that together, we can move forward.”

From Digiday

The laptop compartment has an ejector handle that lifts your laptop out of its pocket for easy access, and the front three-quarter-zip compartment houses a padded and fleece-lined tablet sleeve.

From Fortune

If only Sulzberger had managed to keep a zipped upper lip while leaving the dirty work to anonymous underlings.

Shivering, we pulled our hats low our heads and zipped our jackets tight around our chests.

Inside the plastic bag was a zipped cloth bag, and inside that, the remains of a baby.

After he'd leashed the huskies up to the sled, Winkelmann deftly zipped me into a tarp-like blanket.

I wanted to ask you about one piece in particular, the big polo neck that zipped up the back.

He zipped open the closure of his helmet and tilted the helmet back.

Hogan watched disdainfully as the second pitch zipped past, wide of the plate.

Skittering images of her zipped through his mind, only to be shoved aside.

He fished into one of the boxes, pulled out the blue dress and zipped the girl mech into it.

Some of the leaden missiles hit the ground and made little clouds of dust, and others zipped on all sides of the auto.


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On this page you'll find 170 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to zipped, such as: bashful, mute, quiet, shy, still, and buttoned-up.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.