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zosted (adjective) : Beyond exhausted; when you're too tired to articulate the first syllable in the word "exhausted" you are "zosted."

My ex-husband and I created it after arriving home in the wee hours of the morning from a long & unpleasant road trip.

Submitted by: Tara from South Carolina on Feb. 06, 2006 20:46


zot

(verb) : to strike and destroy: especially : to hit with lightning

Submitted by: drew from Washington on Jun. 27, 2011 12:48


(verb) : To change direction quickly without notice.

Did you see that car zot from one lane to the next?

Submitted by: Mark The Shark from Connecticut on Aug. 23, 2007 13:52


zounderkite (noun) : a complete idiot who constantly makes a fool of himself or herself

Submitted by: Anonymous on Mar. 21, 2017 16:04


zsiage (noun) : the essence of fabulous; fabulousness; the state of being spruced up

The outfit Amanda was wearing needed a little zsiage. The scrapbook page Donna created was very basic. She needed to zsiage it up!

Submitted by: Dina Quondamatteo from New York on Jul. 24, 2007 07:48


zug grain (noun) : a water-resistant leather used especially in footwear

Submitted by: Wilson from Georgia Us on Jan. 07, 2012 15:54


Zultanite

(noun) : a gemstone that shows different colors depending on the light source

Relatively new to the jewelry world, Zultanite is one gemstone whose amazing natural color changing abilities makes it well suited to savvy jewelry connoisseurs.

Submitted by: Mona from Florida on Feb. 05, 2009 15:54


zunga

(noun) : a strong rope attached to a tree branch and used for swinging over and dropping into a body of water (such as a river)

She grabbed the zunga, swung over the river and dropped into its chilly depths.

Submitted by: Heather from Canada on Nov. 27, 2014 13:10


(noun) : a large rope swing used for jumping into water

Submitted by: Anonymous on Jan. 17, 2011 13:30


(noun) : [Canadian slang] a rope swing

Grab your towels, we're heading to the zunga at Powell Lake.

Submitted by: April Moore from Canada on Jan. 06, 2011 11:54


zunts (noun) : ridges constructed on highways before a stop signal to alert drivers of an upcoming stop

The zunts on the road alerted me that a stop sign was just ahead.

Submitted by: Jeremy Davis from Iowa on Jul. 10, 2008 20:54


zuzz

(verb) : to cause (something, such as milk) to become frothy

Submitted by: Alicia and Brad from Maryland on Aug. 29, 2016 10:18


Zwischenzug (noun) : An in-between move or Zwischenzug is one that is made unexpectedly in the midst of a sequence of moves It is not to be confused with Zugzwang, a position that would be drawn if the player could "pass" and not make a move, but is lost no matter what move they make.

In various chess books and magazines Chess Life magazine New In Chess magazine etc.

Submitted by: Roy Henock from California on Aug. 03, 2010 09:12