We have no meanings for "zigzagged toward" in our records yet.
Fuzzy entered the Millionaire's gate and zigzagged toward the softly glowing entrance of the mansion.
Around her, students hurried out of class and zigzagged toward the cars, wheeling suitcases in their wake.
The lines zigzagged toward the top or toward the bottom of the page, and faults of orthography were everywhere apparent.
They had come to a very steep hillside, up which the half-obliterated trail zigzagged toward the crest of a flat-topped hill.
"Why don't you leave it?" Clea ducked low, following John's example as best she could as they zigzagged toward the first of the houses.
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