We have no meanings for "zigzagged down" in our records yet.
The trail zigzagged down the turbulent little river close to the bank.
The van zigzagged down one hill and up another, and halted at a turnpike.
She zigzagged down and to the left, like a sailboat tacking in the wind.
The way zigzagged down the slope of the mountain.
A few drops of rain plashed on the glass and zigzagged down to the sash.
It zigzagged down the ramp like a small canyon, or the remains of an earthquake.
In the dawning light, she could see below her a path that zigzagged down the hillside.
A tear formed and zigzagged down her cheek.
The road zigzagged down the steep mountain.
And a few leaves, clipped from an oak in the forest, zigzagged down in the bright, warm sunlight.
The Peugeot stayed with us for roughly an hour as we zigzagged down country roads and along irrigation canals.
Fire-escapes zigzagged down its front-theseladen with household goods, drying clothes, and squalling children evicted by the midsummer heat.
Lightning zigzagged down from the heavens, followed by a crash of thunder so loud you couldn't hear the women scream.
No, the sentry box turned out to be a blind: inside the door a concrete stairway zigzagged down into the depths.
Black lightning fractures crossed the ceiling and zigzagged down the walls, flakes of paint shed from overhead, flickering as they fell.
He could only drive in a slip-slop amateur way and aimlessly zigzagged down the sloping bank which fell away to the high road.
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