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cross

cut across

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to go across

to move in a zigzag manner, as on a ski slope

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to move, as a gun, laterally

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to take a stand against

to refuse to admit the truth, reality, value, or worth of

situated or lying across

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a horizontal beam that extends across something

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a horizontal crosspiece across a window or separating a door from a window over it

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taking a zigzag path on skis

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travel across

to cover or extend over an area or time period

deny formally (an allegation of fact by the opposing party) in a legal suit

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Between 1768 and 1772 the Scotch traveller, Bruce, set out from Massowah, a port of Abyssinia, traversed the Tigre, visited the ruins of Axum, saw the sources of the Nile where they did not exist, and obtained no serious result.
The consequence is that the Rocky Mountains and the ulterior regions, from the Russian possessions in the north down to the Spanish settlements of California, have been traversed and ransacked in every direction by bands of hunters and Indian traders; so that there is scarcely a mountain pass, or defile, that is not known and threaded in their restless migrations, nor a nameless stream that is not haunted by the lonely trapper.
One inhabited a deep pond, far removed from public view; the other lived in a gully containing little water, and traversed by a country road.
Issuing thence to the west and south, as a youth leaves the shelter of his parental house, this spirit found the way to the Indies, discovered the coasts of a new continent, and traversed at last the immensity of the great Pacific, rich in groups of islands remote and mysterious like the constellations of the sky.
Occasionally the monotony of this vast wilderness is interrupted by mountainous belts of sand and limestone, broken into confused masses; with precipitous cliffs and yawning ravines, looking like the ruins of a world; or is traversed by lofty and barren ridges of rock, almost impassable, like those denominated the Black Hills.