We have no meanings for "zipped down" in our records yet.
I zipped down the alley and came out on the main thoroughfare.
The car zipped down the empty street, past the massive City buildings.
It zipped down the line and thudded to a halt at the bottom.
Ryan zipped down the middle for a quick breakaway chance that was stopped by Vasilevskiy.
The boat sped down the hall, turned to the left, and zipped down another hall.
The five-year-old green sedan, as anonymous as a telephone pole, zipped down Broadway toward Sullivan Square.
Hornqvist wristed a sharp-angled offering as he zipped down the boards, which usually results in a rebound opportunity.
The flame zipped down one hall, turned left, down another, turned left, down the third leg, turned left.
Bullets zipped down the hall, so close that I could have reached out a hand and touched them.
Small motorcycles zipped down the streets.
It would all cost time creating a climber's rage behind, so I just zipped down and sweated it out.
Right after, Brown put the Senators ahead when he ripped a five-hole shot as he zipped down the wing.
Normally he would've zipped down the stairs at top speed, but the heat of the outer chamber had sapped his strength.
The aircraft, a blue-and-white-painted commercial job, zipped down to hover over us before dropping down for a precise if hurried landing.
We entered Paris with the Eiffel Tower in the distance and I managed to take pictures before we zipped down the Champs-Elysees.
Within seconds after they were seated inside, the sphere zipped down a long corridor and through a large set of double doors into total blackness.
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