Zit (noun)

A small inflamed elevation of the skin containing pus, as a pimple or pustule.


Slang, 1960s, origin uncertain.


  1. She tried to pop her zit, but it was too deep.
  2. He woke up with a big zit on his nose.
  3. The teenager was self-conscious about her zits.
  4. He applied some cream to his zit to reduce the inflammation.
  5. Some people are more prone to getting zits than others.
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