Definition of zestful in US English:

zestful

adjective

  • See zest

    • ‘His sparky, zestful contribution is that of a player who has started only nine of Celtic's 58 matches this season.’
    • ‘Indulge in a zestful evening of fun, great entertainment, great food and great lucky draw prizes at the perfect venue for the whole family and friends to enjoy and cherish.’
    • ‘The film holds up as a zestful paean to youthful high spirits.’
    • ‘His diary, with its daily notations of famous names and places, makes for a zestful record of London's literary life at the turn of the 21st century.’
    • ‘A zestful approach was the preserve of Rangers.’

Pronunciation

zestful

/ˈzes(t)f(ə)l//ˈzɛs(t)f(ə)l/