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Daily Pronunciation - zany
Today's word is "zany". This is both an adjective and a noun. As an adjective it means being comical like a clown.
For example, you can say, "The actor has such a zany personality that he can't sit still without cracking jokes."
Daily Pronunciation - zealous
Today's word is "zealous". This is an adjective which means being enthusiastic or passionate.
For example, you can say, "Mrs. Jones has been a zealous supporter of our charity. She donates a significant amount of her income and time to this charitable organization."
Daily Pronunciation - zeitgeist
Today's word is "zeitgeist". This is a noun of German origin which means the spirit of the time.
For example, you can say, "The zeitgeist of the 18th century was that women didn't have many rights.
Daily Pronunciation - zenith
Today's word is "zenith". This is a noun which means the highest point above the observer's horizon attained by a celestial body, or the peak.
For example, you can say, "After becoming the chairman of the board, Michael felt he reached the zenith of his business career."
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