zigzaggy

zigzaggy

(ˈzɪɡˌzæɡɪ)
adj, -gier or -giest
with zigzags; having sharp turns
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The results of the election--which delivered Morales the first major setback of his presidency and reduces his ability to maneuver and negotiate--could have repercussions on Bolivia's timid and zigzaggy efforts to rebuild diplomatic and commercial relations with the US.
Then left the note on John's pillow, went out into the city, into its zigzaggy light, into a bar to wait.
I have thought about the direction my career has gone and it has been a bit zigzaggy.
And then if they come after me some more with a knife, I start running in a zigzaggy fashion.
She read about thieves' acrobatic midair grabs, zigzaggy chases, and harassment of a successful hunter until some of the booty was regurgitated for the thief.