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  • verb Present participle of zig.

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Examples

  • In short, just as the youngest cohort of Americans was zigging in one direction, many highly visible religious leaders zagged in the other.

    American Grace

  • Basically, instead of one of us zigging while the other zagged, we both zagged.

    Dreams of a Dark Warrior

  • We ladies are zigging and zagging and doing it with style.

    Women Grow Business » Business Owner, Business Professor, and Chief Hot Momma: Kathy Korman Frey on Today’s Entrepreneur

  • Basically, instead of one of us zigging while the other zagged, we both zagged.

    Dreams of a Dark Warrior

  • Currency markets are zigging all over, because no one wants to buy any particular currency to sell another, Katie Martin reports on the News Hub.

    Dollar Reaches New Low vs. Yen

  • Small families, affectionate couples and clusters of friends were zigging in and out of the antique rides, riding to the pinnacle of the Ferris Wheel, passing warped fun-house mirrors and circling on the carousel.

    Karina Martinez-Carter: Falling Under The Spell Of Barcelona's Tibidabo

  • The authors demonstrate, for instance, that roads connecting airports to major cities in democracies tend to be circuitous, zigging and zagging across the landscape, while in autocracies they tend to be fairly straight.

    It's Good to Be Boss

  • "When everyone is zigging," says Alex Epstein, the furiously eyebrowed "Unemployed head of communications" who appears roughly drawn with iron filings and a magnetised pencil, "you should zag."

    Up front: Eva Wiseman

  • So if rivals haven't tried a doughnut—that is, spinning the truck in a tight circle—he'll do one himself, zigging if others have zagged.

    The Maestro of the Monster Truck

  • The play of the cars, the overhead train, his zigging and zagging from one side to the other, scanning up and down the sentry blocks grown unfamiliar, left him dizzy and unsteady.

    Sour

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