from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun One that zigzags.
  • noun A sewing-machine attachment for sewing zigzag stitches.

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  • noun An attachment for a sewing machine allowing for zigzag stitches.
  • noun Someone or something that zigzags (moves in a zigzag direction)


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  • And if John McCain, Mr. Straight Talker, starts looking like a zigzagger on Iraq, basically being with the surge when it was good and then being critical of the surge when it wasn ` t working, it could be a problem.

    CNN Transcript Feb 14, 2007

  • So to zigzagger, ralfan and all you other ignorant people in our community shame on you.


  • 9, Jared Byers 6, Zach Barnes 4, Skylar Hatch 0, Wade Meyer 0, Colby Lee 5, Alec Scourey 0 zigzagger wrote on Mar 12, 2009 3: 47 PM:



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