more crossed

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Antonyms for more crossed

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


Neal got out of the window, and once more crossed the meadow.

Led by the Emperor in person, the legions once more crossed the Euphrates.

Rapidly he and Jerry once more crossed the plank in mid-air with the unfortunate man.

We, however, made our way at a fair rate northward, and once more crossed the line.

From Pilgrim's Rest we once more crossed a steep mountain, along a road that for length and height has not its equal.

After landing the goats, the Bishop, Mr. Atkin, and five more crossed to Valua.

We crossed many ravines and hills, and once more crossed the creek.

The point of maximum motion has therefore once more crossed the axis of the glacier.

Then Kinesasis once more crossed over with his poles to the firm ice.

When he was well enough to travel, we once more crossed the Alps, and reached Florence, where we remained for the winter.