Definition of zippily in US English:

zippily

adverb

informal
  • See zippy

    • ‘The software is a huge download, but once installed it runs zippily enough as it interfaces with the Net.’
    • ‘Daughter's Keeper is a zippily intelligent and emotionally charged peephole into the peculiar politics that govern motherhood and the American legal system.’
    • ‘Another strong point is that the computer-assisted sequences showing the team's amazing ball skills are very zippily done, making you wish football always looked like this.’
    • ‘It all moved as zippily as one of those old James Cagney-Warner Brothers epics.’
    • ‘Every Hollywood marketing impulse screams for the movie to be zippily cartoonish.’

Pronunciation

zippily

/ˈzɪpəli//ˈzipəlē/