The measuring of breadth, that is of a thwart or crosse line, remaineth.
Not once had he failed to drive or catch the ball with his crosse stick.
A French bishop carries a crosse, and an archbishop a croix.
They haue no vse of kniues at table for feare least they should be laid a crosse.
As she went out, and proceeded up crosse Street on her way home, she tossed her head with a laugh.
He had seen him in his place there as long as he had banked with Godolphin, crosse, and Godolphin.
Mr. crosse was out, but the clerks were warm in their congratulations; they had not believed him yet equal to the exertion.
A carpet was then laid "for the Kinge to creepe to the crosse upon."
They makyng a crosse and kissynge yt where there handes were.
And fyrst of all let us begynne to speake of his crosse, whereupon he was hanged.