[ nawts-uh n-kraw-siz, -kros-iz ]
/ ˈnɔts ənˈkrɔ sɪz, -ˈkrɒs ɪz /
noun (used with a singular verb) British.
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Origin of noughts-and-crosses
First recorded in 1890–95
Words nearby noughts-and-crosses
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Example sentences from the Web for noughts-and-crosses
I'd back him at cat's-cradle, and I dare say he plays a very fair game at noughts-and-crosses.Love and Lucy|Maurice Henry Hewlett