We have no meanings for "zigzagging down" in our records yet.
Instead of zigzagging down to Portugal in our campervan this summer, we'll be at home.
He came weaving and zigzagging down the snowy slope.
So she picked up the pace, turning off the avenue and zigzagging down a side street.
The road has a giant crack zigzagging down the center with one side higher than the other.
The post road runs zigzagging down into Italy and is said to provide a very fine bob or toboggan run.
The sled went zigzagging down the hill for a moment, then a big sled tore past it and knocked it to one side.
They reached the pod just as several bolts of electricity came zigzagging down from the sky, striking in blistering explosions all around them.
The pathway, a switchback zigzagging down the eastern face of the mountain, was too steep for horses; in places it wasn't a path at all.
But after studying the situation, Scott "Doc" Horowitz and I thought it just might be possible to descend by zigzagging down a particular slope.
Zigzagging down the soft slope, he put the bay to the dense wall of leaf and branch.
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