verb (used with object), zig·zagged, zig·zag·ging.
verb (used without object), zig·zagged, zig·zag·ging.
Origin of zigzag
Examples from the Web for zigzag
The first was christened by the great etiquette guru Emily Post as “zigzag” eating.The Strange Way We Eat: Bee Wilson’s ‘Consider the Fork’|Bee Wilson|October 13, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Suddenly sharp flashes of lightning darted in zigzag rays through the gloom.Patchwork|Anna Balmer Myers
Here he deflected toward the mountains, taking the zigzag path that ran like a winding thread among the rocks as it mounted.Mavericks|William MacLeod Raine
All down the zigzag hill into the town the machinery said nothing at all.Through East Anglia in a Motor Car|J. E. (James Edmund) Vincent
By-spines (one hundred and fifty to two hundred) very thin, barbed and zigzag, as long as the radius.
At the base of the trunk a calabash is put, and the latex trickles down into this by way of the zigzag cuts.Rubber|Edith A. Browne