crosscut[ kraws-kuht, kros- ]SEE DEFINITION OF crosscut
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CROSSCUT
The bow oarsman pushed off the boat, and she was headed up the Crosscut.
Axes, crosscut saws, mauls, and wedges were the means of manufacture.
No, we thought of doing a bit of crosscut sawing for a change.
The wheelbarrows and the grindstone and the two crosscut saws were another matter.
Hence we had brought a crosscut saw—a long one with two handles.
It did not surprise me that next day I had to forget my crosscut saw exercise.
That experience determined me to stick to crosscut sawing every day.
Mr. Goodsil and Mr. Vanater went back after more of the supplies, which included another good axe and a crosscut saw.
From east and west the "drifts" run into this crosscut, like little creeks into a larger stream.
The stem should next be undercut with the saws (rip and crosscut) so as to make place for the rudder.