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zigzagPart of speech: Noun Part of speech: Adjective Part of speech: Adverb Usage examples "zigzag":
- And presently, down the steps and cobbles to the piazza, and along the quay, and up the zigzag path, Lady Caroline found herself as much obliged to walk slowly with Mrs. Fisher as if she were her own grandmother. - "The Enchanted April", Elizabeth von Arnim.
- A ragged boreen, or bit of lane, between rough stone walls runs zigzag from the gate, ever open, that leads to the church, and wanders away to the left to the village on the rocks above the sea. - "An Isle in the Water", Katharine Tynan.
- By such division harmony would be attained, and one city would be going the wrong road, the other the right road; at present both are going zigzag. - "Modern Painting", George Moore.