They'd be in a cross fire if they tried either—an' that's what licks 'em.
"They'll be in a cross fire purty soon," promised Pete, grimly.
Between a cross fire, the Indians fought with more desperation than ever.
A direct and cross fire of artillery swept every inch of the approach.
Both parties were thus in a position to rake the entrance with a cross fire.
The German had to go or be caught in a cross fire, and manoeuvered to his death.
Lee's guns were planted to cross fire on each charging line of blue.
Our artillery rains down its cross fire of shells perpetually.
They were under a cross fire, however, from front and flank, and in the end had to retreat.
Our guns on the heights or on the bank could sweep it from flank to flank, enfilade and cross fire.