cross-cutting[ kraws-kuht-ing, kros- ]SEE DEFINITION OF cross-cutting
Synonyms for cross-cutting
- break in two
- come together
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CROSS-CUTTING
It seemed to be in one of the chambers connected with the cross-cutting.
So it wasn't hidden back there in that cross-cutting at all?
He was cross-cutting the hillside, line by line, as he ascended.
But all the time we have been talking together you have been having a cross-cutting train of thought underneath.
The boys now began a careful examination of the cross-cutting where the explosion had taken place.
When the boys reached the cross-cutting into which Ventner had disappeared, they saw his light some distance away.
Tommy explained the location of the cross-cutting and Jimmmie gave a whistle of dismay.
The Rip-saw is not fit for cross-cutting, as it leaves the cut fibres in a very rough condition.
It gives the "total footage" for the month, special reference being made to "cross-cutting, winzing, and sinking."
On the other hand, if the rip saw is used for cross-cutting purposes, the saw kerf will be rough and jagged.