Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of recross.
  • noun The motion or position of things that recross; an interweaving.

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Examples

  • Wright spent many seasick weeks crossing and recrossing the Pacific; today's architects jet through time zones.

    Why One Remained Standing

  • To get to school, Bird had to get used to crossing and recrossing that gate, and also to the idea of partition as it establishes itself in the human mind.

    Lost in the Levant

  • He must have run 200 yards in an area not much bigger than a baseball diamond, crossing and recrossing his trail repeatedly.

    Anyone here have a good story about tracking wounded game?

  • “But it is the perfect solution for the wicked couple,” Teddy said, laying down his news sheet and recrossing his slender ankles.

    Exit the Actress

  • “But it is the perfect solution for the wicked couple,” Teddy said, laying down his news sheet and recrossing his slender ankles.

    Exit the Actress

  • To get to school, Bird had to get used to crossing and recrossing that gate, and also to the idea of partition as it establishes itself in the human mind.

    Lost in the Levant

  • Like some monstrous snake, the rusty chain's slack wandered over the ocean floor, crossing and recrossing itself several times and fetching up finally at the idle anchor.

    A SON OF THE SUN

  • He must have run 200 yards in an area not much bigger than a baseball diamond, crossing and recrossing his trail repeatedly.

    Anyone here have a good story about tracking wounded game?

  • To get to school, Bird had to get used to crossing and recrossing that gate, and also to the idea of partition as it establishes itself in the human mind.

    Lost in the Levant

  • Hernandez had lived and worked in San Diego with his children and wife of 21-years since he was 14, according to Christian Ramirez of the American Friends Service Committee, until a recent deportation led him to attempt a recrossing.

    Justin Hudnall: The Gaza-fication of the US Border

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