View definitions for cross
adjective as in very angry; in a bad mood
adjective as in lying across each other
verb as in traverse an area
verb as in intersect, lie across
verb as in hybridize, mix
verb as in betray, hinder
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Then-manager Carl Robinson remembers seeing Davies in a reserve match in which he took off from his own penalty area with the ball and dribbled past three players before launching a cross.
In circuit boards, if the graph isn’t planar, it means that two wires cross each other and short-circuit.
By the late 1980s, researchers in Italy led by Antonio Cassone of the University of Perugia had started working out which cells were responsible for this cross-protection.
The Via Dolorosa ends at the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, and is marked by nine stations of the cross.
If they were meaningful, we might have realized it before—surely one of these kids wore a cross, or a yarmulke, or a hijab?
The reason: activist government and unionized government often work at cross purposes.
What do you get when you cross an oil company with gay rights?
But they refused to cross the street to help because, they told bystanders, the rules required them instead to call 911.
In cross-section the burrows varied from round (three inches in diameter) to oval (three inches high and four inches wide).
I cannot believe that God would think it necessary to come on earth as a man, and die on the Cross.
At Jaques Cartier they had but one batteau to cross the army over with, and were fired upon during the whole time by two frigates.
Father Salvierderra said if we repined under our crosses, then a heavier cross would be laid on us.
Pretty well for "a cross between an Astley's chariot, a flying machine and a treadmill."
On this page you'll find 310 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to cross, such as: annoyed, caviling, faultfinding, peeved, short, and vexed.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.