We have no meanings for "zigzagged up" in our records yet.
The red line on a chart zigzagged up and then sharply down.
Through deep snow I zigzagged up for three miles before deciding to camp.
For the present a series of eight ladders zigzagged up from landing to landing.
This one zigzagged up the tower that anchored the southwestern corner of the Mynster.
Together they zigzagged up the side of the mountain.
The part-men marched steadily up an incline that zigzagged up and out of the valley.
We had zigzagged up, we went straight down.
Once in a while, to be sure, we zigzagged up a trifling ascent; but it was nothing.
Cracks zigzagged up the walls and there were places where stones had either disintegrated or fallen out.
These ones zigzagged up the concrete wall.
Shadows from a dove flock zigzagged up the Ascent, the moment passed, and Krina shook her head.
A slippery path zigzagged up the rocky slope, over the exposed roots of trees planted beyond the eucalyptus.
The same stairway that led to the bridge doubled on itself and zigzagged up the rest of the way.
I cut down the bets and zigzagged up and down for hours before it started running my way again.
The sun was half buried as we zigzagged up the final steep dirt road to the trailhead parking lot.
Then this ceased, and a far steeper trail zigzagged up the face of the bare mountain, covered only with thin dead grass.
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Zigzagged up through the time
Zigzagged up across language varieties