- to cross each other; intersect.
- to interbreed.
- an instance of cross-fertilization.
Origin of intercross
Related Words for intercrossconverge, crisscross, divide, traverse, cut, join, separate, decussate, cross, crosscut, bisect, touch, meet, intertwine, lace, mingle, blend, interbreed, crossbreed, mongrelize
Examples from the Web for intercross
Historical Examples of intercross
These strings cross and intercross about furniture and corners of course, and give opportunities for many tte--ttes.Bright Ideas for Entertaining
Mrs. Herbert B. Linscott
The totem that is conceived as an animal ancestor may give way to other fanciful ancestral ideas or may intercross with them.Elements of Folk Psychology
- another word for crossbreed