Adjective "Zigzagging" Definition and Examples


    Adjective:

    Zigzagging


    Definition:

    1. a line, course, or progression characterized by sharp turns first to one side and then to the other.

    2. one of a series of such turns, as in a line or path. adjective

    3. proceeding or formed in a zigzag: zigzag stitches. adverb

    4. with frequent sharp turns from side to side; in a zigzag manner: The child ran zigzag along the beach. verb (used with object), zigzagged, zigzagging.

    5. to make (something) zigzag, as in form or course; move or maneuver (something) in a zigzag dir

    Origin:
    zigzag

    Examples:

    "markets can be zigzagging."

    "futures can be zigzagging."