- to change from a crossed position, as the legs.
Origin of uncross
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Examples from the Web for uncross
Police need to uncross their arms that are folded in defiance and defensiveness across their chests.Are We All Racial Profilers?
July 29, 2009
Uncross your legs, my dear; that is a very unlady-like thing to do.A Very Naughty Girl
L. T. Meade
But, seeing that he did not uncross his arms, and remained bunched up defiantly, Rhoda silently observed him.Rhoda Fleming, Complete
Frederick the Great disliked seeing a knife and fork crossed so much, that he never failed to uncross them.A World of Wonders
Rick had his fingers crossed for luck, but he was ready to uncross them in a hurry and go for the pistol in his sash.The Pirates of Shan
Harold Leland Goodwin
If the players do not know the game, they will cross and uncross the scissors in an attempt to pass them correctly.School, Church, and Home Games
George O. Draper