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zest
used in Gone with the Wind

3 uses
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Definition
vigorous and enthusiastic enjoyment;
or: a tart spicy quality;
or: add herbs or spices to
  • This certainty of the morrow gave zest and enthusiasm to life, and the County people enjoyed life with a heartiness that Ellen could never understand.
    1.3 (79% in)
  • He still had the Gallic twinkle in his black eyes and the Creole zest for living but, for all his easy laughter, there was something hard about his face which had not been there in the early days of the war.
    4.35 (63% in)
  • So much of the keen zest had gone out of life recently.
    5.56 (39% in)

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