Zigzag in a Sentence  πŸ”Š

Definition of Zigzag

a line of a β€œz” pattern in which it crisscrosses back and forth

Examples of Zigzag in a sentence

In order to escape the police, the fleeing car would zigzag in between cars going back and forth down the two lanes. πŸ”Š

Stitching on the skirt appeared to zigzag down the seams using twice the amount of thread since it stitched from side to side. πŸ”Š

The stripes on the chevron dress would zigzag across the fabric like rows of little mountains. πŸ”Š

β€œIf you are being shot at,” the sergeant told his troops, β€œit is recommended to zigzag away from the shooter because it is difficult to shoot someone moving to and fro.” πŸ”Š

Bouncing off each side as the pool ball made its way down the billiard table, it would zigzag to the corner pocket. πŸ”Š

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