Definition of 'cross'
Example sentences containing 'cross'
The Sun (2012)
She has a bright red scar in the shape of a cross on her forehead.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
Within seconds she disappeared into a cross street.Between Worlds: A Reader, Rhetoric and Handbook (1995)
The idea of writing something had crossed my mind.The Passion of Michel Foucault (1993)
The only other play areas involve crossing three main roads.The Past is Before Us - feminism in action since the 1960s (1989) Times, Sunday Times (2016)
So the pair kept their fingers crossed this time.Kevin Keegan - Black and White (1993)
This suggests we have crossed a boundary.The Sun (2012)
They chose a red cross on white field for their banner and symbol.Christianity Today (2000) Times, Sunday Times (2010)
The trust has been attacked by animal rights groups for allowing legal hunts to cross its land.Times, Sunday Times (2013) Times, Sunday Times (2012)
When the camera is off you can see his face crossed with pain.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
The whole thing about crossing their legs and what they should wear.Times, Sunday Times (2015) The Sun (2014)
The challenge is to help people to understand the new direction and work in concert rather than at cross purposes.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
One in four people worry about how cross they feel and almost a third of us have trouble controlling our anger.The Sun (2014)
Where the two cross, you will find your site.A Guide to Megalithic Ireland (1992)
Not when he had worked like a terrier, and not when he delivers crosses like the one for his fellow hitman for the opener.The Sun (2008)
From a standing position bend your left knee and cross your right leg around your left leg, hooking your right foot on your left leg.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
They moved 350 miles to Cornwall where the collie cross vanished and spent all their spare time trying to track her down.The Sun (2006)
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