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Synonyms for cross

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Synonyms for cross

a wooden structure consisting of an upright post with a transverse piece

a marking that consists of lines that cross each other

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any affliction that causes great suffering

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(genetics) an organism that is the offspring of genetically dissimilar parents or stock

fold so as to resemble a cross

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to cover or extend over an area or time period

meet and pass

trace a line through or across

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breed animals or plants using parents of different races and varieties

extending or lying across

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New York [USA], Sep 2 ( ANI ): World number one Rafael Nadal will look to book his spot in the quarter-final of the ongoing US Open while crossing swords with Nikoloz Basilashvili of Georgia in men's singles event here at the Arthur Ashe Stadium on Sunday.
Class B trophy holder Ken Hall (Metro 6R4) from Middlesbrough will be looking forward to crossing swords with champion Mike Cutt (BMW M3) in class B where Ingleby Barwick duo Mike Williamson (Mitsubishi Evo 4) and Steve Kell (Sierra 4x4) will also be looking for a good start.
Apart fromother things, our sitting leader of the council, unlike anyone of his predecessors, is a prolific contributor to your letters column, regularly crossing swords with other political antagonists, remnants of the militants and anyone who happened to rub him up the wrong way.
The Weatherfield bad girl is out of jail pending a retrial for murdering Charlie Stubbs and is soon crossing swords with her enemies in the Rovers Return.
BATTLE SKILLS: Max Diamond, left, and Frank Hayden CROSSING SWORDS: The "knights" show off their skills in Sunderland
The government therefore drafted a new version, even if it means crossing swords with the European Commission.