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Cross Adjective Synonyms
In ancient times, it was common to execute certain criminals by nailing them to a cross.
annoyed, irritated, angry, irate, furious
I was very cross that you took the car without permission.
Cross Noun Synonyms
hybrid, cross-breed, mongrel, blend, combination
This fruit is a cross between a plum and a pear.
Cross Verb Synonyms
cross over, go across, pass over, span, traverse
The bridge crosses the river here.
meet, intersect, join
The roads cross further on.
peevish, irritated, annoyed, piqued, irritable, testy, snappish, irascible, surly, choleric, splenetic, grouchy, huffish or huffy, pettish, cranky, grumpy, touchy, moody, fractious, vexed, curmudgeonly, petulant, waspish, querulous, cantankerous, crusty
He's cross because he has a headache.
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Entertainment / Literature / Crossed Rhyme: In long couplets, especially hexameter lines, sufficient room in the line allows a poet to use rhymes in the middle of the line as well as at the end of each line. Swinburne's 'Hymn to Proserpine' ill MORE
Technology / Home Audio / Crossover Network: A unit which divides the audio spectrum into two or more frequency bands (Also see Crossover Frequencies). MORE
Business / Human Resources (HR) / Cross Dressing : To occasionally wear clothes traditionally associated with people of the other sex . Cross-dressers are usually comfortable with the sex they were assigned at birth and do not wish to change it. MORE
Technology / Home Audio / Built-In Crossovers: Frequently used to limit the high-frequencies reaching a subwoofer, a low-pass filter crossover allows only frequencies below the crossover point to be amplified. A high-pass crossover allows only fre MORE
Technology / Motorcycle / Motocross: Off-road motorcycle racing held on enclosed, rough circuits. Motocross is derived from the French, and traces its origins to British Scrambling competitions. The name “motocross” is a contraction MORE