Definition of 'zigzagged'
Example sentences containing 'zigzagged'
Fifty yards down, it led into a grassy clearing on her own land from which, in turn, fed a path that zigzagged up to their house.COMPULSION
Scrambling to her feet, she zigzagged away across the wasteland, through the grimy cans an(l hubcaps and other roadside jetsam.COMPULSION
In nine parallel lines, the big convoy slowly zigzagged its way across the broad face of the Atlantic.THE LONELY SEA
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