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
As for those existing zits? Dab on a salicylic-acid spot treatment (try Clean & Clear)—it roots out oil.
How can a person look in a 10-times magnification mirror, with glasses on, before going out to a lunch-bunch party then return and glance at the same mirror, still with glasses on, and see a single whisker on one’s chin or a zit on one’s nose?
The wolf-nose was the weirdest thing; but the worst (aside from the nausea) were the zits in my hair.
Pat your face with it every day for clear pores and fewer zits.
Seeing a professional not only gives you a clue of what’s going on, but also access to treatments and things like antibiotics that have a better chance of getting rid of those zits — or, at least, making your breakouts more manageable.
Created with zit-zapping sulfur, dab the spot treatment directly on the extracted blemish once daily, or more if needed.
Lili Reinhart Lili Reinhart doesn't shy from talking about her cystic acne, and on Instagram, that means frequent sightings of her zit-fighting arsenal.
My first noticeable zit sprung up around seventh grade.
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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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