n.)something that gives or enhances a pleasant taste or enjoyment; an appetizer; also, keen enjoyment; relish; gusto.*&&*A piece of orange or lemon peel
He had a great zest for life.
We tucked into the food with zest.
She joined in the games with zest.
He is 74 years old but still full of zest.
She danced with the zest of a twenty-year-old.
My Granddad’s zest for living makes him look much younger.
It’s wonderful to see the children’s zest for life.
We entered into the sport with zest.
Her zest for life is as great as ever.
He approached every task with a boundless zest.
The love affair added a little zest to her life.
The element of risk gave added zest to the adventure.
Add zest of 1 lemon, cardamom, salt, and cinnamon.
More importantly they have admirable zest and wide interests.
Last month’s victory has given him a renewed zest for the game.
The recording captures the zest of this live concert performance.
In a small bowl, mix together pine nuts, parsley, and lemon zest.
Mix the rest of the olive oil with the zest and juice of the lemon.
Live interviews add zest and a touch of the unexpected to any piece of research.
Swire was very tall and good-looking, had a zest for life, and was a good horseman.
These include citrus zest, apricot and tangerine with hints of pawpaw, guava and tobacco.
She had a great zest for life .
Add the zest of half a lemon.
Her disappearance gave zest to the mystery.
He entered into our plans with terrific zest.