noun Movies, Television.
Origin of crosscutting
verb (used with object), cross·cut, cross·cut·ting.
verb (used without object), cross·cut, cross·cut·ting.
Origin of crosscut
Related Words for cross-cuttingconverge, crisscross, divide, traverse, cut, join, separate, decussate, cross, crosscut, bisect, touch, meet, intersect, intertwine, lace, intercross
Examples from the Web for cross-cutting
Historical Examples of cross-cutting
So it wasn't hidden back there in that cross-cutting at all?
It seemed to be in one of the chambers connected with the cross-cutting.
He was cross-cutting the hillside, line by line, as he ascended.Moon-Face and Other Stories
But all the time we have been talking together you have been having a cross-cutting train of thought underneath.Quiet Talks with World Winners
S. D. Gordon
The boys now began a careful examination of the cross-cutting where the explosion had taken place.