The face of the wall was cross-hatched, to show that it was in the shadows.
The cliff is all cross-hatched and seamed with infiltrations of quartz.
The cross-hatched grounds disappear, and presently the silver stain is used (as here) to enrich the painting.
Bewick tried to imitate the cross-hatched lines of a Drer woodcut without success.
There the background is cross-hatched; but in one case the foliage is naturalistic.
A cross-hatched band may stand for a house, the marking indicating a wall or the floor.
Often a cross-hatched marking is put over goiter, varicose veins, and other permanent swellings or enlargements.
The lean neck of this figure was tinctured with many summers, and cross-hatched by the weather and mature maleness.
There the design consists altogether of scrolls in white upon a cross-hatched ground.
It is as if the designer had set out to glaze up a pattern in white upon a white ground, cross-hatched.