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- noun Plural form of
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The bruises are gone now, but the scars remain, thin crosshatchings on the backs of her thighs and buttocks.
In Moreno Valley, the crosshatchings draw the topography of a community in anxious flux.
Snow packs into the arches, the crosshatchings of his black rubber soles.
Or the Sea Piece in the James Orrock collection -- a welter of crosshatchings in variegated hues wherein any school of impressionism from Watteau's Embarkment to Monet's latest manner or the _pointillisme_ of Signac and Seurat may be recognised.
Arranged in chromatic groups, crosshatchings of red -, then maroon -, then blue-flecked strips appear to explore different approaches to pattern.