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 zigzagged
After high school she attended a cours prépératoire in Paris—“Marxist training,” she calls it—then zigzagged to Sarah Lawrence.
He had followed the Rio Tuyra, zigzagged across the Isthmus, and reached the northern coast.The Pirate of Panama|William MacLeod Raine
I zigzagged about a bit, still heading for the balloons, and when within two hundred yards opened fire.Sixty Squadron R.A.F.|Group-Captain A. J. L. Scott
A natural gully, or shallow ravine, twisted and zigzagged down the side of the rock.Vassall Morton|Francis Parkman