Thesaurus / crisscrossing
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Then in a second or two it was solid—a thing like a shining cage, with crisscrossing white bars.
Then the crisscrossing lights struck metal, glancing off the gleaming body of a descending object.
THE DELEGATE FROM VENUSHENRY SLESAR
The big bowl of porridge had a crisscrossing of powdered cinnamon over the top.
OUR LITTLE SWEDISH COUSINCLAIRE M. COBURN
They found it in a large board that had lines crossing and crisscrossing from one side to the other.
LOST IN THE WILDS OF BRAZILJAMES H. FOSTER
First he will run round the hill half a dozen times, crisscrossing his trail.
WAYS OF WOOD FOLKWILLIAM J. LONG
The boats seemed to be crisscrossing the asteroid in a definite pattern.
RIP FOSTER IN RIDE THE GRAY PLANETHAROLD LELAND GOODWIN
Something was crossing and crisscrossing inside him like two rings tossed back and forth by jugglers.
FIRST MANCLYDE BROWN
The crowd seemed to be filled with tall, blond men crisscrossing before Dulaq's dismayed eyes.
THE DUELING MACHINEBENJAMIN WILLIAM BOVA
Huge ships of weird design were crisscrossing the air above, obviously looking for something.
BEYOND THE THUNDERH. B. HICKEY
The great steel derricks and their crisscrossing cables cast curiously foreshortened shadows on the gleaming white expanse.
FLAMSTED QUARRIESMARY E. WALLER