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One of these sharp turns.
1855, (w), ''(w),'' London: Chapman & Hall, Volume(nbs)2, Chapter(nbs)6, pp.(nbs)78-79,https://archive.org/details/northsouth02gask/page/78
- His thoughts were fixed on one subject, and it was an effort to him to follow the zigzag remarks of his children—an effort which he did not make.
(quote-journal). The Extra Christmas Number of (w)|location=London|publisher=Published at No. 26, Wellington Street; and by Messrs. & Hall|Chapman and Hall,(nb...)|date=10 December 1866|volume=XVI|page=21|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=iN0NAAAAQAAJ&pg=RA1-PA21|column=1|oclc=781591950|passage=There, by dint of looking closely about me, I found a rough zig-zag descending path notched out: which I followed.
(RQ:Grey Riders of the Purple Sage)
To move or to twist in a zigzag manner.
2002, Malcolm Yorke, ''Mervyn Peake: My Eyes Mint Gold: A Life'', page 298:
- If the first two novels created a new genre — Peakean fantasy — then this third volume zigzags between several: the ''Bildungsroman'', science fiction, social satire, morality tale and dystopian prophecy.