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- adj. made up of zigzags
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Having sharp turns.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having sharp and quick turns; zigzag.
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The result is every bit as truncated and zigzaggy as you might imagine.
The would-be wreckerator even realized that his/her handwriting would prevent a straight-line text and did a nice staggered zigzaggy line for the festive and space-saving effect!
June 10, 2009 at 8:34 am aww, mai conga lyne wuz awl serpintine, WP tuuk owt mai zigzaggy spaicin. meen ol WP!
Sharks have been seen to follow the same zigzaggy path through water that an injured fish took some time before: through not just its blood but also its hormones, the fish has left a bit of itself behind.
A bit zigzaggy, and I'm sure he was in for a scolding by wife wasp, but with a good chance of survival.
Not surprisingly, given the trouble we had getting here, I get lost on my way back, but the fireworks are pretty to watch as they rocket through the night sky, and the neon glow of the gambling capital is always there as a guide during my slightly melancholy, zigzaggy trip back home.
Foldout tables, collapsible chairs as thin as Lunar gravity permitted, chests that doubled as seats allowed passage, occasionally zigzaggy, no matter what was going on in the way of games, partying, entertainment, education, or simple ease.
Flowing in a sort of zigzaggy line, like an old river.
Whereas these zigzaggy ones are weeping willows and--
Bloody hell, I thought, and in sudden panic hurtled along a few zigzaggy alleys until I came out into the Piazza Navona, a place I recognized from the famous pictures in the little guidebook I'd owned until this morning.