Staggered


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Staggered

Two or more rows of objects that are offset from one another in such a manner as to form a zigzag pattern.

staggered

Descriptive of fasteners (such as nails, rivets, or screws), joints, studs, etc., arranged in two or more rows so that the beginning of each row is offset from the adjacent one(s).
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