After high school she attended a cours prépératoire in Paris—“Marxist training,” she calls it—then zigzagged to Sarah Lawrence.
A few minutes later Warden got away around the enemys left and zigzagged nearly twenty yards before he was run out at his forty.
The little path that zigzagged upward was not wide enough for two.
The moving line was not straight up and down the cliff, but zigzagged along its face.
They zigzagged like a snake and again made geometrical figures.
Stibbs the Grocer zigzagged like a dragon-fly about his crowded store.
Then came a vivid flash of fire that zigzagged across the sky.
The ball is zigzagged from one rank to another of a group without skipping any players.
Slowly they zigzagged back and forth, searching and listening, but to no purpose.
He zigzagged from obscure village to village, as though determined to keep away from all main-traveled avenues of traffic.