Zestify

[ZES-tuh-fahy]

Definition

  1. (verb) To add enthusiasm, energy, or excitement to something, making it more lively and engaging. It’s about infusing a dash of passion and vitality into an otherwise mundane situation or task.

Example

To zestify the boring company meeting, the team decided to start with a quick round of trivia, instantly energizing the room and setting a positive tone for the rest of the day.

 

Fun Fact

The word “zest” comes from the French word “zeste,” which originally referred to the peel of a citrus fruit. Just like how a little bit of lemon zest can add a burst of flavor to a dish, zestifying a situation can add a splash of excitement and make it more enjoyable.