Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of recross.
  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of recross.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The journal crosses and recrosses the line all the hell over the place, but that's different, somehow.

    ana-ng Diary Entry

  • You will hardly assist your object in this respect by seeing the wood drawn, and galloping up and down the rides as the fox crosses and recrosses from one side of it to another.

    Hunting Sketches

  • Louisa leans back in her chair, smiling again, and recrosses her long legs.

    Maximum Security

  • Louisa leans back in her chair, smiling again, and recrosses her long legs.

    Maximum Security

  • Louisa leans back in her chair, smiling again, and recrosses her long legs.

    Maximum Security

  • As he turns and recrosses the courtyard, he hears the low voices.

    Scion of Cyador

  • She walked over the bare open space of the room to the stone hearth, then turns and recrosses her arms.

    The Soprano Sorceress

  • Look at how the highway stupidly crosses and recrosses the stream which can no longer be seen.

    Centennial

  • Near the middle of the leg, the nerve recrosses the artery to its outer side and in this relative position both descend to a point about midway between the inner ankle and calcaneum, where they appear having the tendons of the tibialis posticus and flexor longus digitorum to their inner side and the tendon of the flexor longus pollicis on their outer side.

    Surgical Anatomy

  • He recrosses to suit case which is at lower end of the sofa.

    Writing for Vaudeville

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