Zimbabwe captain Graeme Cremer took four for 64 and Sean Williams three for 20 as West Indies lost its last seven wickets for 45 runs after deciding to bat first.
Solomon Mire was unbeaten on 17 while Hamilton Masakadza was yet to score.
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The pressure eventually got onto openers Kraigg Brathwaite (3) when Kyle Jarvis (1-40) had him caught in the slips.
Electing to bat first, the West Indies did not get off to the best of starts as opener Kraigg Brathwaite was caught behind off the bowling of Kyle Jarvis, who was returning to worldwide cricket after ending his Kolpak deal with Lancashire.
He raised his half-century - his first in 13 innings since his return to worldwide cricket earlier this year - just before the hour mark of the session with a streaky four past the keeper off pacer Chris Mpofu.
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However, he was unable to make the most of it as he was caught by Craig Ervine at short leg off the bowling of Cremer for 56, which came off 133 balls and included six boundaries.
Kemar Roach only spent three minutes at the crease prior to falling to Cremer, out for a three ball duck. Catch live score and updates of the first Test between Zimbabwe and West Indies here. They now trail West Indies by 200 runs with all 10 wickets in hand.
Hope, on 56 at tea, continued to carry the innings as he marched towards three figures but lacked support.
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Williams snared the wickets of Shane Dowrich (11), Jason Holder (8) and Devendra Bishoo (0) in a four-over spell which went for just two runs, while Cremer made light work of the Windies tail to put the hosts in the ascendancy.