verb (used with object), cross·cut, cross·cut·ting.
verb (used without object), cross·cut, cross·cut·ting.
Related formscross·cut·ter, noun
Examples from the Web for cross-cut
But well find out what they mean to do, if we can, and just cross-cut em.Ruth Fielding at Silver Ranch|Alice B. Emerson
Tim's long legs carried him across the street, over a fence into a cross-cut lot, and away for the hotel at a mountaineer's speed.
I had left a cross-cut saw there this morning, and just went to fetch it.The wanderings and fortunes of some German emigrants|Friedrich Gerstcker
Through this cross-cut the difference of strength between the two men was equalized.Black Diamonds|Mr Jkai
They trussed the big miner then, and dragging Bozeman to his feet, started out of the cross-cut with them.The Cross-Cut|Courtney Ryley Cooper