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Synonyms for zigzag

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to move in a zigzag manner, as on a ski slope

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an angular shape characterized by sharp turns in alternating directions

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travel along a zigzag path

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having short sharp turns or angles

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Volunteer flagmen, armed with a plastic whistle and piece of green cloth tied to a stick, regularly conduct traffic assistance for zigzag travellers.
Again, the zigzag pattern is common to the groups mentioned above, but it is abundant and constituting the bulk of the pattern is, I believe, a feature found mainly in early Seneca beadwork, especially before 1860.
Sew the unknotted ends to top edges of sides with zigzag stitch or by hand, making sure to sew back and forth a few times for strength.
Also, you're obviously not a regular reader, as I often rant about zigzag zombies like you.
ZigZag es uno de esos volumenes al que puede hincarsele el diente por cualquier lado y es siempre un banquete.
What we've witnessed is a people's zigzag efforts to climb back from nihilism toward normalcy, from a universe in which the ballot is already fitted out for you to a universe in which you make your own mark.
Five seasonal projects are used to demonstrate the techniques of using the straight and zigzag stitches to produce works of art.
Dixon Gottschild, our intrepid explorer, takes a sometimes exhilarating, sometimes dizzying zigzag path through numerous sampled interviews (Bill T.
John "Lofty" Wiseman of the British Special Air Service provides a compendium of esoteric information for the stranded: cook ants for at least six minutes, zigzag when fleeing a rhino, and don't urinate while swimming in the Amazon because a catfish might swim up your urethra.
The Scarano plan was also lauded for cultivating the building's playful quality in the design through the addition of such elements as zigzag hallways and whimsical lighting fixtures.
In 1981, he published a book titled Zigzag that convinced me that the study of art history, while sacrificing nothing in terms of erudite and precise formal analysis, could have a different look.
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After school, ZigZag works long hours as a dishwasher at a restaurant owned by a foul-mouthed misanthrope who's nicknamed Toad (Oliver Platt) by long-suffering employees.
Aqui conviene recordar dos cosas: (1)fue acusado, principalmente de haber procedido con exceso de confianza al avanzar en su barco, no en zigzag, como se aconseja en zona de submarinos (el zigzag dificulta que el torpedo haga blanco).
The zigzag pattern (left) depicts the speeds of orbiting gas and stars, measured on opposite sides of the galactic center at distances ranging from 1,500 light-years (top and bottom of the image) to 26 light-years (center line).