dipsy-doodle definition by American Heritage Dictionary
intransitive verb dip·sy-doo·dled, dip·sy-doo·dling, dip·sy-doo·dles Informal
To move in or follow a zigzag course: “the narrow trail . . . dipsy-doodled through the brush until it finally reached the river” (Pete Bodo).
Origin: Alteration of dipsy-do, baseball term to describe motion of a screwball, from dip.