crossbar[ kraws-bahr, kros- ]SEE DEFINITION OF crossbar
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CROSSBAR
He pulled it back the length of the crossbar and it brought the string with it, stretching it taut.
No, this is a cow camp on the Crossbar Range in the middle of Arizona.
At the bottom of the ladder was a strong metal rung or crossbar.
The pole and the crossbar mark the four divisions of a corn shock.
This crossbar is used for a handle to push or pull the truck.
The crossbar of the H was the Great Hall, about thirty feet square.
Core (of lead), the crossbar of the "H" section as shown in fig. 34.
"There is a crossbar, on this side to stand on," said Smith.
I peered at the crossbar in my hand, then looked hard at the girl beside me.
The banner itself was held evenly by being laced on to the crossbar.