Examples of zit in a Sentence
“Look at all these zits—I'm hideous!” wailed the high schooler
Recent Examples of zit from the Web
Even though this oozing nail creation is obviously just nail polish and hand cream, the subsequent zit-popping still looks disturbingly real.
Sorry to burst your bubble, but popping a zit is never a good idea.
Kattan’s best Instagram makeup hacks: When camouflaging a zit with concealer isn’t quite doing the trick, Kattan suggests trying to bedazzle your breakout.
And despite its turn to current affairs, the new Teen Vogue is still full of the meat and potatoes of teen-magazine stories — combating zits, trying out blond hair dye, the hottest fashions from Eastern Europe.
Use a teensy bit right on the zit at night, and again the next morning.
There are few things more frustrating than going to bed with clear skin and waking up with a mammoth zit on your face.
But anyone who has looked in the mirror and found an unwelcome zit in their 20s, 30s or even later can tell you that clear skin isn’t always one of adulthood’s privileges.
How'd the guy end up with such a debilitating leg-zit?
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Origin and Etymology of zit
First Known Use: circa 1966See Words from the same year
ZIT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of zit for English Language Learners
: a small, red, swollen spot on the skin
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