zigzaggy

zigzaggy

(ˈzɪɡˌzæɡɪ)
adj, -gier or -giest
with zigzags; having sharp turns
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A zigzaggy line of children and their families waited for pony rides under the shade of tall cottonwood trees.
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.
When you stitch Zippling on a large scale, this zigzaggy design feels quite masculine, and would be a terrific choice for quilts for men or boys.
I have thought about the direction my career has gone and it has been a bit zigzaggy.
Some flash while they fly in a straight line, while others have a zigzaggy flash flight.
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.