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  • These last words he muttered to himself, and walked zigzaging towards his house.

    Almayer's Folly

  • For a little way ahead of them, up the zigzaging white road, they saw an odd-looking group of men.

    Half-Past Seven Stories

  • From there the trail led off, zigzaging down the gentle slope.

    Buffalo Roost

  • From time to time, as they hurried on, they encountered, and made wide detours to escape contact with knots of wayfarers -- men debased and begrimed, with dreary and slatternly women, arm in arm, zigzaging widely across the sidewalks, chorusing with sodden voices the burden of some popularized ballad.

    The Black Bag

  • It was a rather steep road, long and zigzaging, and full of rocks and ruts.

    The Call of the Canyon

  • These last words he muttered to himself, and walked zigzaging towards his house.

    Almayer's Folly: a story of an Eastern river

  • Passing many rocky islands, with tiny waterfalls zigzaging down their sides, we arrived at "Prince Arthur's Landing" and walked up the long pier, partly roofed to form a temporary warehouse for

    A Trip to Manitoba

  • I fear we have a large part of the forty years of struggle and zigzaging before us yet.

    History of Woman Suffrage, Volume II

  • Maybe if he didn't use a sniper rifle at someone zigzaging towards him with a shotgun he would of got me instead of a shotgun to the face.

    Latest from PALGN

  • Maybe if he didn't use a sniper rifle at someone zigzaging towards him with a shotgun he would of got me instead of a shotgun to the face.

    Latest from PALGN

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