- not crossed.
- not marked with a line across: to leave one's t's uncrossed.
Origin of uncrossed
- to change from a crossed position, as the legs.
Origin of uncross
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Examples from the Web for uncrossed
He uncrossed his legs, and made a feeble attempt to divert her thoughts.Roden's Corner
Henry Seton Merriman
The mocking fire had died out of Roma's face, and she uncrossed her knees.The Eternal City
He uncrossed his legs and hunched his body deeper into the back of his seat.The Wonder
J. D. Beresford
He uncrossed his leg and shifted in his chair rather uneasily.The Loyalist
James Francis Barrett
He uncrossed his legs and put his hands on the pew, on either side of his legs.The Trail of the Hawk