Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


And enclosed in the letter was a piece of paper cut in zigzags.

Now, mark the zigzags on this other paper, as well as you can remember them.

Do you wonder now at the zigzags, the erratic flights of my mind?

The string-course between the two arcades is carved with zigzags.

From here and from the zigzags just below we obtain excellent profiles of the fall.

The road has been remade, so that it now zigzags steeply to an entrance from the north.

There are forty-six great curves, or zigzags, in the ascent.

We met swamps, and plunged across them in curves and zigzags.

According to the zigzags of the way, the scenery shifts panoramically.

I could hardly aim at him at all, he flew in such sharp curves and zigzags.