Cutting from the back to the thin part, crossways, and the sound divided so as to give each person a small portion.
“He says I can have the cottage over to crossways,” said Job.
Henry Esmond gave his hand in a stately minuet to Diana of the crossways.
When she held The crossways she had at least a bit of solid footing: now gone.
In planing edges test lengthways with the eye and straight-edge of some sort, and crossways by applying the try-square (Fig. 640).
The idlers of the crossways of Capelette were considered the wildest wags in Cond.
A custom which began with the Dsjin is continued with the Jiz, which now occupy their place at crossways.
Where in "Diana of the crossways" do we find soul-evoking words like these?
Rapidly we rode up the hill toward Mawgan Cross, where there are four crossways.
Another story which is usually bracketed with this is Diana of the crossways.