intercross

[ verb in-ter-kraws, -kros; noun in-ter-kraws, -kros ]SEE DEFINITION OF intercross

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These strings cross and intercross about furniture and corners of course, and give opportunities for many tte--ttes.

The totem that is conceived as an animal ancestor may give way to other fanciful ancestral ideas or may intercross with them.

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