Examples of zinger in a Sentence
The candidate couldn't help getting off a zinger or two about his opponent.
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Three of late-night's most durable hosts took part in a rare collaboration after President Donald Trump hurled a few verbal zingers at the wee-hours crowd at a rally Monday night in South Carolina.
Credit: Little, Brown/Knopf The President Is Missing is a can’t-miss zinger of a title for a summer thriller.
The museum’s chief curator, Ms. Joy brings out political zingers, possible social commentary, and cultural references in her labels.
But beneath all the zingers and zany situations, Kimmy’s story feels especially urgent and necessary — right here, right now.
Hundreds—nay, thousands—of people came to their defense with pithy tweet replies and quotes with zingers.
The cancellation and the discount had some critics of the president issuing gleeful zingers.
For Jackson, becoming Elektra—a queen bee who dishes out formidable stares and harsh zingers—has significantly improved her self-confidence.
No doubt Sittenfeld, with her razor-sharp, often hilarious zingers, is a formidable dinner party guest herself.
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ZINGER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of zinger for English Language Learners
: a quick and clever comment that criticizes or insults someone
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