verb (used with object), cross·cut, cross·cut·ting.
verb (used without object), cross·cut, cross·cut·ting.
Origin of crosscut
Examples from the Web for cross-cut
Historical Examples of cross-cut
The teeth of the rip saw are also larger than those of the cross-cut.
In Fig. 14, which shows the teeth of a cross-cut saw, the pitch (B) is about 10 degrees off.
The next day he found fault with me for the way I used a cross-cut saw.A California Girl
I had left a cross-cut saw there this morning, and just went to fetch it.The wanderings and fortunes of some German emigrants
The third lift they have not cross-cut to it, as the slope is on No. 2.A Report on Washington Territory
William Henry Ruffner