We have no meanings for "zigzag road" in our records yet.
Soldiers were constantly marching up and down the rock face on the zigzag road.
They could overwhelm any force attempting it with stones from above, besides sweeping the zigzag road below.
It may slope a little more gradually there, and they may have cut a zigzag road up.
It was a crooked, zigzag road that he had to travel, and rough and hard into the bargain.
The men whom we pursued seemed to have taken a curiously zigzag road, with the idea probably of escaping observation.
The only way to reach it is by a zigzag road chiseled out of the cliff, which leads to a massive gateway.
Along the zigzag road, and among the trees, spluttered the torches, each with a trail of sparks like the tail of a comet.
As they were mounting, with great difficulty, a zigzag road which led up along the side of a hill, one of these men cried out:
"I can see the zigzag road leading up to the Hermitage," said Rosie.
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