noun Usually cross hairs.
- cross bridging,
- cross buck,
- cross colour,
- cross flap,
- cross fox,
- cross hairs,
- cross index,
- cross infection,
- cross matching,
- cross my heart and hope to die
Examples from the Web for crosshairs
Unfortunately, his disability—he is wheelchair-bound—was also in her crosshairs.The Strangest, Cheesiest, Most Brazenly False Political Ads of 2014|Jack Holmes, The Daily Beast Video|November 3, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Ygritte has Snow in her crosshairs, aiming an arrow directly at his heart.Game of Thrones’ Rose Leslie on Ygritte and Jon Snow’s Reunion at the Battle of Castle Black|Marlow Stern|June 10, 2014|DAILY BEAST
I was caught in the crosshairs of the war on comedy this past weekend when I tweeted a joke—okay, many jokes—about Ted Cruz.
The dark web has recently been in the crosshairs of law enforcement.Hitman Network Says It Accepts Bitcoins to Murder for Hire|Eli Lake|October 17, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Yet they don't seem to be interested in finding a way to get themselves, or the people of Gaza, out of the crosshairs.
His turret gun revolved soundlessly, and the crosshairs of the sight danced across the mirrored image of the approaching thing.World of the Drone|Robert Abernathy
How long do you think the crosshairs would remain stabilized in Exhibit 139, assuming no violent jar?
Yes; that is true—when the crosshairs are largely out of the center of the tube.
That is, if we moved the crosshairs in the telescope to the left it would also affect the elevation setting of the telescope.
The fact that the crosshairs are set high would actually compensate for any lead which had to be taken.