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zigzag in Shapes, patterns topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishzigzagzig‧zag1 /ˈzɪɡzæɡ/ noun [countable]  CFBENDa pattern that looks like a line of z’s joined together a zigzag path along the cliff
Examples from the Corpus
zigzagThe male moth flies in a zigzag pattern.He noticed that they continually moved in a zigzag fashion.Instead of trying to escape by moving as fast as possible away from the predator, some animals take an erratic zigzag course.By seeking high dividends, the stock returns are cushioned somewhat from market zigzags.It's a steep, zigzag path up a mountainside.He is barely stuffed into a colorful Speedo with zigzags of red and green on blue.