Definition for crosse (2 of 2)
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The crosse, usually held in both hands, is made to retain the ball by an ingenious rocking motion only acquired by practice.
Then he had nothing to do but to club with what the French call the crosse.Two Knapsacks|John Campbell
He was taken (in maner abouesaid) on the feast day of the exaltation of the crosse.Chronicles of England, Scotland and Ireland (2 of 6): England (4 of 12)|Raphael Holinshed
Who says we are going to let them off on Mr. Crosse's premises?Emilie the Peacemaker|Mrs. Thomas Geldart
That the Deuyll (god saue vs) maye daunce in thy purse for euer a crosse that thou hast to kepe h for the.Poliphe.Two Dyaloges (c. 1549)|Desiderius Erasmus