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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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This process undermines streamside trees, washing soil away from roots until trees tilt and eventually fall over, crisscrossing the streambed with dams and diversions.
"Sweet Earth: Experimental Utopias in America" found Sternfeld once again crisscrossing the country.
The gay rights movement is one of the most progressive movements, and so much of Sweet Honey's music speaks to that," notes Toshi, who, along with her band Big Lovely, is currently crisscrossing the country perforating "Evening-song," a series of concerts in collaboration with Sweet Honey.
While seemingly one of those bands you've heard of but never really heard (they've been included in a series of comps, released one 7" and one EP) the San Francisco three-piece have been crisscrossing America (with Jesse Hayes to play bass for Guilion) in support of their debut LP, A Second Engine.
The nine couples in Niquetxe formed semicircles and crisscrossing lines.
The water spilled into crevasses crisscrossing the surface of the ice shelf, and the pressure it exerted at the tapered bottoms of those fissures forced the walls apart and extended the cracks even deeper.
Crisscrossing turn-of-the-twentieth-century America from his base in Seattle in an effort to secure funding, he was the Don King of his day--selling out Carnegie Hall, in 1911, with his "musicale" based on native cultures; garnering meetings with his backer, J.
Mounted all together, they practiced patterns riding side by side, crisscrossing the ring as Shaw and her dancers improvised alongside.
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.
Much of Noon Time Activities is a flat arena of concrete and asphalt, curbs and intersections, populated by quickly moving legs and feet and their crisscrossing shadows.
The opening picture is a dancerless stage filled with Michael Korsch's powerful lighting design: white light crisscrossing high overhead.