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Definition of "zags" []

  • One in a sequence of sharp turns (noun)
  • A sharp change of direction (noun)
  • To change direction sharply (verb)
  • To behave in an unpredictable or indecisive manner (verb)
  • In a changeable manner (adverb)
  • Plural form of zag. (noun)

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Use "zags" in a sentence
  • "It's the latest in a series of zigs and zags for the company since the late 1970s, when Atari was known for arcade games and home game consoles."
  • "There were no more grades nor zig-zags between them and Tampico, but, so narrow was the primitive road, two miles farther were backed before space was found in which to turn around."
  • "He came ahead on foot and examined the acute angle formed by the two zig-zags."