crisscrossed[ kris-kraws, -kros ]SEE DEFINITION OF crisscrossed
Synonyms for crisscrossed
- break in two
- come together
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CRISSCROSSED
Old Guadaloupe crisscrossed the ground like a bloodhound as he read what was written there.
The flat countryside was dotted with villages, and crisscrossed with paths.
Behind them the searchlights stabbed and crisscrossed and wavered.
His skin was like yellow parchment, crisscrossed with incised lines.
The sheriff and I crisscrossed in our public and private relations.
For months Judith's soul had been crisscrossed by passions and burdened by secrets.
A scar on my knee was missing, as were the many lines that had crisscrossed my fingers.
His features were crisscrossed with radiation scars and his voice boomed out like a military drum.
Here were more bare joists than navigable floor, and a forest of scaffolding therefrom to the crisscrossed plaster ceiling.
Each dog followed one, but soon returned, evidently unable to keep the trails, for they all crisscrossed around the orchard.