acrosst (not comparable)
- (obsolete or dialectal) across
1923, Irvin Shrewsbury Cobb, From Place to Place, ↑ISBN:
- Emily steps back behind a rope that a couple of hands stretches acrosst the stage; and then a couple more hands shoves a wooden runaway acrosst the orchestra rail …
2003, September Black, Run Naked in the Wind, iUniverse, ↑ISBN, page 110:
- Up and down them hills and hollers and out acrosst that Injun country, like the devil was after 'em.
- (obsolete) across
2006, J. Marie Darden, Finding Dignity, Simon and Schuster, ↑ISBN, page 107:
- Their family worked the land behind that horse farm acrosst from where your great-grannie and all us used to live.