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cross

(Disagree with), verb act in opposition to, argue, be opposed to, collide, conflict with, confront, confute, contest, contradict, contravene, controvert, debate, defy, dispute, gainsay, homini obsistere, make a stand against, neutralize, oppose, protest, refuse to conform, refute, repudiate, resist, run counter to, speak against, take exceppion, traverse
Associated concepts: cross action, cross-claim, cross-complaint, cross-demand, cross-examination, cross libels, cross section, crosswalk

cross

(Intersect), verb bisect, braid, crisscross, cut across, divide, go across, halve, intercross, interrupt, intersect, lie across, move across, section, segment, separate, split, traverse
See also: advance, annoy, antagonize, bitter, conflict, confront, contentious, contravene, counter, counteract, countervail, discompose, disobey, fight, fractious, froward, harrow, inimical, interfere, intertwine, oppose, oppugn, pass, perambulate, perverse, petulant, plague, querulous, resist, stress, thwart, traverse

CROSS. contracts. A mark made by persons who are unable to write, instead of their names.
     2. When properly attested, and proved to have been made by the party whose name is written with the mark, it is generally admitted as evidence of the party's signature.

References in classic literature ?
Here in my own hand was the rude pen with which he had written them, and about his neck hung the crucifix that his dying lips had kissed.
Then he stooped, and with a jerk broke the rotten string of the crucifix which hung round da Silvestra's neck, for his fingers were too cold to attempt to unfasten it.
Crucifix, bought by Bentinck for a pittance as a foal, had nine races as a two-year-old in 1839 including the July and Molecomb Stakes, but she broke down in the Criterion Stakes and could only dead-heat.
Once this order was established, Sister turned their attention to the front center of the room and the huge crucifix which hung there.
This thrilling novel of mystery and adventure takes us from deep within the archives of the Vatican, across Europe to the ancient cities of Alexandria, Jerusalem, Athens, with Dante's Divine Comedy as a guide, in search of the secret location of the Holy Crucifix which Christ was crucified.
Dubliner Karen Walsh, 48, is serving 20 years for battering Maire Rankin to death with a crucifix on Christmas Day 2008.
A TRIAL has been scheduled for early next year in the lawsuit filed against an upstate New York church by a man whose leg had to be amputated after a 600lbs crucifix fell on him.
STUNNED vets looked on in shock as a poorly kitten's X-ray revealed it had swallowed a crucifix by mistake.
A CEREMONIAL crucifix has been restored to Brecon Cathedral for the first time since the destruction of its predecessor was ordered by Henry VIII nearly 500 years ago.
The Italian government appealed the decision to the Grand Chamber of the European Court whose 17 judges ruled in a 15-2 decision that lawyers for the plaintiff had not proven that the crucifix in the classroom had any appreciable effect on students.
A SHIP in a bottle is quite common - but the Green Howards Regimental Museum at Richmond has been presented with a wartime crucifix in a bottle
It was suggested she pin the crucifix inside her uniform but Mrs Chaplin could not accept that.