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


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

    Between Expectations

  • 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

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

    Mall Moment

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

    Soul Trapper

  • 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

  • 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

  • As she uncrosses her legs to stand the boys down front strain for a lurid peek.

    The Nervous Breakdown

  • Rafe uncrosses his legs, smiles, moves next to me.

    Problems Pretty Girls With Pretty Faces Face

  • It's funny how steamed up grown-ups can get when Sharon Stone uncrosses her legs, but Mack Culkin can hack away at his family for no discernible reason and he's just an adorable predator in Pubescent Park.

    The Bad Seed, Part Deux


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