criss-cross

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English[edit]

Noun[edit]

criss-cross (plural criss-crosses)

  1. Alternative spelling of crisscross

Adjective[edit]

criss-cross (comparative more criss-cross, superlative most criss-cross)

  1. Alternative spelling of crisscross

Adverb[edit]

criss-cross (comparative more criss-cross, superlative most criss-cross)

  1. Alternative spelling of crisscross

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Verb[edit]

criss-cross (third-person singular simple present criss-crosses, present participle criss-crossing, simple past and past participle criss-crossed)

  1. Alternative spelling of crisscross
    • 1960 February, J. N. Faulkner, “The Belgian Railways today”, in Trains Illustrated, page 86:
      The Borinage coalfield around Mons is another attractive area for the railway enthusiast; it is rather like South Lancashire, with its gently undulating landscape studded with slag heaps and pithead gear and criss-crossed by railway lines and tramways.

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