Examples of zinger in a Sentence
The candidate couldn't help getting off a zinger or two about his opponent.
Recent Examples of zinger from the Web
From the moment Jimmy Kimmel set afoot the 2018 Oscars stage as host for the second year in a row, there has been no shortage of laughter — or zingers.
And though Black Panther tends to be fairly earnest, Killmonger and M'Baku also get a lot of snarky zingers.
There are some fine zingers, and even a couple of revelations that moved me greatly.
But Baldwin wasn't through yet, getting in one last zinger.
At one point a radio station put us on the air weekly as a political Punch and Judy Show, arguing politics and shooting zingers back and forth.
There were more than a few scenes—usually after one of Shuri’s flawless zingers—where the entire theater erupted into laughter that drowned out a few seconds of dialogue that no one could hear.
As for Trump, Meyers got in two zingers in his opening monologue.
The next few minutes, a mix of caustic anecdotes and off-color zingers, earn her a standing ovation and a public indecency arrest.
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Definition of zinger for English Language Learners
: a quick and clever comment that criticizes or insults someone
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