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apostrophe1 this mark used in plurals of letters or numbers. An example of this use is "You forgot to cross your t's." [1/3 definitions]
cancel to mark, cross out, or change to keep from being used again. [1/2 definitions]
cross something in the shape of a cross that is used as a symbol for Christianity. [1/10 definitions]
crossing a place where two roads, routes, or railroad tracks cross each other. [1/2 definitions]
crossing guard a person who directs traffic and helps children to cross the streets around a school.
crossroad the place where two roads cross one another; intersection.
crosswalk a lane or path in a road that is marked off for people to cross on foot.
ford to cross at a ford. [1/2 definitions]
grid parallel horizontal and vertical lines that cross each other to form squares of equal size. Grids are used to locate points on a map or to make diagrams. [1/2 definitions]
grouchy likely to be cross and complaining.
grumpy in a bad mood; cross.
intersect to cut across or pass through; cross. [2 definitions]
lattice a flat framework made with strips of wood or other material. The strips cross each other and have open spaces in between. A lattice is often used as a screen on a porch or in a garden.
miss1 to fail to hit, catch, reach, cross, or touch. [1/8 definitions]
parallel lying or moving in the same direction and being the same distance apart at every point. Parallel lines never meet or cross each other. [1/5 definitions]
prairie schooner a large covered wagon used by American pioneers to cross the prairies.