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Synonyms for crisscross

to pass through or over

Synonyms for crisscross

a marking that consists of lines that cross each other

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mark with or consist of a pattern of crossed lines

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mark with a pattern of crossing lines

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marked with crossing lines

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It's time for better, faster transportation: a massive fleet of fast, less-polluting buses, crisscrossing traffic arteries freed from automotive plaque.
The nine couples in Niquetxe formed semicircles and crisscrossing lines.
The weather service this summer flew its two P-3 aircraft on simultaneous crisscrossing flights into several hurricanes, giving them more information than routine hurricane research flights usually produce.
Even with the third-largest road network of 3 million kilometers crisscrossing the country, the automobile revolution has meant that the vehicle fleet on Indian roads has more than doubled from 21.
Domicio's installation faces the CCSP's large atrium space, filled with mezzanines and crisscrossing ramps cast in stained concrete, which, despite their grandiloquence, seem strangely to compound our loss of equipoise here.
5 billion line between the 405 Freeway/Wilshire Boulevard interchange to Ontario Airport, the first leg in a maglev system it envisions crisscrossing Southern California.
Just as controlled but with considerably more verve, the upbeat Irish reels performed by Anne Albritton, Treble Reel and The Three Sea Captains, contained sharp, fluid, and intricate toe and heel work, her taut calves and feet crisscrossing through small steps and leaps while her squarely held upper body breathed with expressive port de bras.
drilled crisscrossing holes into a solid slab of an electrically insulating material to produce an array of cavities that prevent microwaves of a certain narrow frequency range from penetrating the structure (SN: 11/2/91, p.
With TracVision, every TV on a motor coach can show a different satellite TV channel while our TracNet system offers two-way access to the Internet with broadband downloads, even as the vehicles are crisscrossing the country.
For the next 13 years, Fischer was a nomad, crisscrossing the country in silver trailers, chasing the next one-night.
Some of those works have metal springs and wires crisscrossing the drawer as if to simulate the network of meridians, and images grafted on the surface of the wax, such as a drawing of an arm made after Leonardo da Vinci.
In the five newly revived sections of A Choreograpbic Offering, they moved like the celebrants of a joyous rite through his expansive configurations in space, the wheeling lines, crisscrossing horizontals, and ascending diagonals that convey the elation of social community that is central to Limon's humanism.