noun, plural cross-coun·tries.
Origin of cross-country
Examples from the Web for cross-country
On October 17, Rebecca More embarked on a cross-country tour of Britain.The X Factor of Sex Invades Britain: Rebecca More’s ‘Sex Tour’ Enrages UK Politicians|Marlow Stern|October 20, 2014|DAILY BEAST
To prove otherwise, Ford helped stage highly public events that got a lot of media coverage—including a cross-country race.
Concerned by a larger issue like getting into business school, planning a cross-country move, or paying down significant debt?
On its own, cross-country ski racing requires incredible endurance; competitors often collapse when they cross the finish line.
Google searches: “How many calories does cross-country skiing burn,” “cross country skiers falling down gif”So You Are Enduring a Temporarily Paralyzing Winter Storm|Kelly Williams Brown|February 15, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Aviators have been commiserated with, often, on what is thought to be the monotony of a cross-country flight.
Cross-country golf,” she continued proudly to assert, “is the golf of the New Era.The Maker of Opportunities|George Gibbs
It brought him either unrestrained scolding or else a tempered praise; and he enjoyed his cross-country runs.The Guarded Heights|Wadsworth Camp
Then followed what might be called an apprenticeship to cross-country flying.
After reading such an account, it is difficult to understand why any one preferred coach to horseback on a cross-country journey.Carriages & Coaches|Ralph Straus