The first was christened by the great etiquette guru Emily Post as “zigzag” eating.
Two more hours took us to Limone, at a jog trot, down a zigzag road, less abrupt in its turns than that on the other side.
The voyage of the best ship is a zigzag line of a hundred tacks.
Thou turnest back in a zigzag, thou bearest thy bow, thou takest the iron in thy left hand.
Its zigzag course makes it problematical where it will fall.
If we are barred from carrying on a zigzag by the mishap to our helm, we can still put a crazy gait on her by using the engines.
Only by following at some distance could one cut across the zigzag path of the French.
They have gone up the slope in a zigzag manner, and along the crest of the hill.
“I know them—zigzag crackers,” said the preacher, somewhat amused.
His slim brown fingers never stopped in their work of guiding the pen in its zigzag path.