Antonyms for cross cut

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I should have been up with you before this had I not taken a cross cut to look at poor Ben.

They made the cross cut, but for six or eight inches it was quite ragged.

The coin was a Jewish shekel, with a cross cut through at one side.

A cross cut is then made and the block is loosened with the point of the foot and lifted out of the bank.

Nearly opposite, a cross cut in the turf by the road shews where a man was killed some years ago.

A cross cut from the root of the Plakun, and worn on the person, causes the wearer to be feared as much as fire.

One of the uprights laid out and partly cut is shown at a, the openings having been taken out with cross cut saw and chisel.

Make the three saw cuts directly on the lines laid out with a cross cut or back saw, with the utmost care.

Saw on the lines with cross cut saw, unless a mill is handy, when it can be done more accurately with a circular or band saw.

A cross cut is made in the trunk of the tree, and the milky juice runs out and is collected into receptacles.