We have no meanings for "zigzagging from" in our records yet.
I began zigzagging from tree to tree, placing my feet soundlessly on the wet lawn.
I push faster, zigzagging from car to car.
Then the rest are upon him; but, zigzagging from tree to tree, he is soon with his driven column.
We rushed south, zigzagging from Walk to Don't Walk signals until we reached the plaza before the courthouse on Third Avenue.
Still he made progress, though slow; now with a giant stride across an exceptionally doubtful spot, now zigzagging from side to side.
The strategies involved sequencing in small chunks, or blocks, zigzagging from left to right, ascending from bottom to top, and fragmentary viewing across different sections.
It was their one hope, and by zigzagging from the creek to any semblance of a road, the entrance to the nook might be identified.
Marcus was fifty meters away from him by now, zigzagging from one side of their path to the other with his eyes on the ground.
Since they first set off, they've covered 26,000km zigzagging from the Florida Keys up to Nova Scotia in Canada and back again.
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