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synonyms for zigzagging

  • amble
  • digress
  • meander
  • roam
  • saunter
  • straggle
  • stroll
  • traipse
  • zigzag
  • clamber
  • climb
  • cruise
  • depart
  • divagate
  • diverge
  • drift
  • extend
  • fork
  • gad
  • gallivant
  • perambulate
  • percolate
  • peregrinate
  • promenade
  • range
  • rove
  • scramble
  • snake
  • sprawl
  • spread
  • spread-eagle
  • straddle
  • stray
  • trail
  • turn
  • twist
  • walk
  • wind
  • bat around
  • be all over the map
  • branch off
  • excurse
  • get sidetracked
  • knock about
  • knock around
  • sprangle
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antonyms for zigzagging

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  • run
  • join
  • stay
  • straighten
  • stay
  • continue
  • fix
  • steady
  • correct
  • stabilize
  • calm
  • make well
  • develop
  • progress
  • lose
  • continue
  • stay
  • keep
  • hold
  • grow
  • straighten
  • stagnate
  • remain
  • persist
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      How to use zigzagging in a sentence

      At this point Hannah observed Joshua zigzagging across the field without horses or carriage, and her wrath was exceeding fierce.
      THE BROKEN SWORDDENNISON WORTHINGTON
      The wheels were zigzagging through drifts so deep that the sand shot against the panes.
      A DAUGHTER OF THE VINEGERTRUDE FRANKLIN HORN ATHERTON
      It was their one hope, and by zigzagging from the creek to any semblance of a road, the entrance to the nook might be identified.
      WELLS BROTHERSANDY ADAMS
      You taxied by zigzagging because the nose of the plane was up while on the ground and you couldn't see directly in front of you.
      THE BIOGRAPHY OF A RABBITROY BENSON
      She was zigzagging slightly and going 15 knots, with two destroyers zigzagging ahead as a screen.
      THE STORY OF OUR SUBMARINESJOHN GRAHAM BOWER
      On raising his periscope again he "observed destroyers zigzagging at high speed in all directions."
      THE STORY OF OUR SUBMARINESJOHN GRAHAM BOWER
      You see, I had been zigzagging about to make easy climbs out of draws and gulches, and to dodge rocks and brush—and here I was.
      PLUCK ON THE LONG TRAILEDWIN L. SABIN
      The gulch widened; we rode through a park, and the horses turned sharply and began to climb a hill—zigzagging back and forth.
      PLUCK ON THE LONG TRAILEDWIN L. SABIN
      The stream was very small now—a mere thread of water zigzagging over the level muddy floor of the "caon," as Yan loved to call it.
      TWO LITTLE SAVAGESERNEST THOMPSON SETON
      The ox marched on, its broadside towards the deer, very softly, but always zigzagging closer.
      THE WOODLANDS ORCHIDSFREDERICK BOYLE
      SYNONYM OF THE DAY
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      capacitor

      WORD OF THE DAY

      serotinaladjective | [si-rot-n-l, ser-uh-tahyn-l ]SEE DEFINITION