We have no meanings for "zigzagging across" in our records yet.
He took alleys and side streets, leaping over walls, zigzagging across the slums.
Cracks appeared in the ceiling, zigzagging across the plaster.
Either way, zigzagging across Montana made no sense.
Ismailov tried to escape - zigzagging across a crowded street, but stumbled as his pursuers fired four times.
On the floor lay poor Johnny Two-Hawks, crumpled grotesquely, a streak of blood zigzagging across his forehead; to all appearances, dead!
It took her twelve hours to find the damaged ship, zigzagging across a circle within which she thought the Republic might lie.
He was reckless and ballsy, threading the needle between cars and zigzagging across lanes without a care about his series of near misses.
Of course, that brought up the question of why she was zigzagging across the state, why she was headed his way in the first place.
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