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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of uncross.

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Examples

  • She crosses and then uncrosses slim legs encased in skintight denim.

    Between Expectations

  • Watson uncrosses his legs and leans forward in his chair.

    Soul Trapper

  • She uncrosses her legs and begins to rise then hesitates, looking at the man who is looking at the woman.

    Mall Moment

  • She crosses and then uncrosses slim legs encased in skintight denim.

    Between Expectations

  • Watson uncrosses his legs and leans forward in his chair.

    Soul Trapper

  • Fingers flying, she crosses and uncrosses, tucking the working ends under each other, lacing back and forth until she pulls, tightening into a finished, knotted square.

    Cloudy with a Chance of Bondage

  • Lydia uncrosses her legs, shifts in her seat, then crosses her right leg over her left.

    Daddy Long Stroke

  • Just personal stuff, I finally give her, and the chair squeaks as she uncrosses her legs.

    after the kiss

  • Just personal stuff, I finally give her, and the chair squeaks as she uncrosses her legs.

    after the kiss

  • He crosses and uncrosses his arms, he runs his fingers through that famously curly hair, he shifts in his chair.

    John McEnroe's Next Frontier: Home

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