verb (used with or without object)
Examples from the Web for cross-post
This was the first cross-post set up by authority in the British Isles.
Then there was the very ancient game of the quintain, which consisted of an upright post with a cross-post turning upon a pin.English Villages|P. H. Ditchfield
On the bye and cross-post letters the postage for the year 1719 had amounted to 4000.
The postmasters were strictly enjoined to stamp the bye and cross-post letters.
Their proposal to guard the horse and cross-post mails, though repeated again and again, continued to be rejected.