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English words containing zag:

Meanings of Mazagran:

noun

Iced black coffee laced with brandy or rum, traditionally served in an earthenware goblet and drunk through a straw.

Meanings of Zag:

noun

A sharp change of direction in a zigzag course.

Usage examples:

We travelled in a series of zigs and zags
verb

Make a sharp change of direction.

Usage examples:

A long path zigged and zagged through the woods

Zagged

ˈzɪɡ.zæɡ

Meanings of Zagged:

verb

Make a sharp change of direction.

Usage examples:

A long path zigged and zagged through the woods
noun

A sharp change of direction in a zigzag course.

Usage examples:

We travelled in a series of zigs and zags

Meanings of Zagging:

verb

Make a sharp change of direction.

Usage examples:

A long path zigged and zagged through the woods
noun

A sharp change of direction in a zigzag course.

Usage examples:

We travelled in a series of zigs and zags

Zags

zaɡ

Meanings of Zags:

noun

A sharp change of direction in a zigzag course.

Usage examples:

We travelled in a series of zigs and zags
verb

Make a sharp change of direction.

Usage examples:

A long path zigged and zagged through the woods

Zigzag

ˈzɪɡ.zæɡ

Meanings of Zigzag:

noun

A line or course having abrupt alternate right and left turns.

Usage examples:

She traced a zigzag on the metal with her finger
adjective

Having the form of a zigzag; veering alternately to right and left.

Usage examples:

When chased by a predator, some animals take a zigzag course
adverb

So as to move right and left alternately.

Usage examples:

She drives zigzag across the city
verb

Have or move along in a zigzag course.

Usage examples:

The path zigzagged between dry rises in the land

Meanings of Zigzagged:

adjective

Marked with or in the form of a zigzag.

Usage examples:

Colourful zigzagged knitwear
verb

Have or move along in a zigzag course.

Usage examples:

The path zigzagged between dry rises in the land

Past simple and past participle of zigzag

Zigzags

ˈzɪɡ.zæɡ

Meanings of Zigzags:

noun

A line or course having abrupt alternate right and left turns.

Usage examples:

She traced a zigzag on the metal with her finger
verb

Have or move along in a zigzag course.

Usage examples:

The path zigzagged between dry rises in the land
adjective

Having the form of a zigzag; veering alternately to right and left.

Usage examples:

When chased by a predator, some animals take a zigzag course
adverb

So as to move right and left alternately.

Usage examples:

She drives zigzag across the city

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