Yes, there they were: standing on the other side the stile in the cross-way path.
What joy there was in those vigorous dabs and cross-way cuts!
The path they had taken terminated in a kind of cross-way, from which branched off several narrower paths.
By this time they had reached the cross-way, and there the two divisions parted, and hurried home in different directions.
On the corners of the sides increase once, on the cross-way side, seven times in all.
From these led a cross-way that would bring me out again upon the Levee road.
The word carfax, once the usual name for a "cross-way," survives at Oxford and Exeter.
In truth, there was scarcely a by-lane or cross-way but had its ghost, which appeared in the shape of a headless cow or horse.
The distance to the meeting by the travelled way was some two miles; but a cross-way, through a piece of wood, was much shorter.
Then a scout—a fact completely unconnected with the former—had been killed by the enemy at a cross-way, near Mme. Laroye's house.