noughts and crosses

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noughts and crosses (singular)

  1. (games, UK, New Zealand) A two-player game played on a three-by-three grid, in which players take it in turns to play their respective symbol (either a nought or a cross) in a cell of the grid, the objective being to form a row, column or diagonal of three of one's own symbol.

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