These zig zag politics produced the effect which any man conversant with public affairs might have foreseen.
Waarop zijnde gedelibereerd, hebben Ridders en Steden zig met het voorschr.
This stream is very crooked and seems to run from the bluffs to the river in a perfect serpentine or zig zag direction.
These trenches are usually laid out in zig zag or curved lines (Fig. 39), to prevent enfilade fire from sweeping them.
So he raised his net high, and zig–zagged recklessly round the trees, through the bushes, up the banks and down them.
This line is connected with the fire trenches by the zig zagged line of communicating trenches.
Waarmede de heere droste van Ysselmuijden zig heeft gevoegd.
Zygadite, zig′a-dīt, n. a variety of albite found in thin twin crystals at Andreasberg, in the Harz Mountains.
The road was much of a zig zag over the bluffs, but only about a mile before we descended to the bottom.
: a jig band
A black person (1909+)
(also schlub or shlub or shlubbo or zhlob or zshlub) A coarse person; a boorish man; jerk, slob: the presence of fine wines and the absence of shlubs/ replied Angela as she glided off to cut the poor schlub out of her will/ Lieberman was the worst. Lieberman was a real zshlub
[1964+; fr Yiddish fr Slavic, ''coarse fellow'']