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crossways

[kraws-weyz, kros-]
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adverb
  1. crosswise.
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crossway

[kraws-wey, kros-]
noun
  1. a crossroad.
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Origin of crossway

First recorded in 1375–1425, crossway is from the late Middle English word croswey. See cross, way1
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Related Words for crossways

diagonally, horizontally, vertically, crosswise, crossing, interchange, junction, overpass, crossroad, bridge, passage, intersection, crossways, bevel, oblique, cross, bias, circle, stop

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Historical Examples of crossways

  • Quarter the cabbage lengthways, and then slice it crossways.

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    Eliza Leslie

  • I was standing at the crossways, where the road goes off to Gaskarth.

  • Henry Esmond gave his hand in a stately minuet to Diana of the Crossways.

  • “He says I can have the cottage over to Crossways,” said Job.

  • Andrew Hedger repeated that it was The Crossways house, ne'er a doubt.