We have no meanings for "zipped about" in our records yet.
They zipped about like living things-likeeels in water-andbegan to grow larger.
You've got to keep your lip zipped about the Cylon we have locked up here.
They zipped about, barely missing one another.
The winged wee folk skated across the surface as they zipped about snatching bugs out of the air.
Tinkerbell zipped about to hover before his face, her tiny dagger drawn, the point pressed into his hawk nose.
Children zipped about on their skates like supersonic mites, passing through crowds and under tables laden with merchandise or food.
Here we have the food, she said, as workers zipped about the warehouse floor on pallet jacks filling agency food orders.
Constant rain meant the ball zipped about the pitch quicker than normal and the visitors refused to let Celtic settle, but only for so long.
A wide staircase led upward from one side of this hall, and from an upper landing a spiteful rain of bullets zipped about the Americans.
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