Definition of Cross dressing
1. Noun. The practice of adopting the clothes or the manner or the sexual role of the opposite sex.
Cross Dressing Pictures
Click the following link to bring up a new window with an automated collection of images related to the term: Cross Dressing Images
Lexicographical Neighbors of Cross Dressing
Literary usage of Cross dressing
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Rothamsted Memoirs on Agricultural Science by Rothamsted Experimental Station, Joseph Henry Gilbert, John Bennet Lawes (1899)
"... so now with the mineral manures, the lowest percentage of sugar in the roots was where the very excessive cross-dressing of 184 Ib. of nitrogen was ..."
2. Transsexuals: Life from Both Sides by Lynn Hubschman (1999)
"For some reason, I found the stories of cross-dressing in men's ... My deep, dark cross-dressing secret made me feel different from the other guys. ..."
3. The Book of the Rothamsted Experiments by Daniel Hall, Robert Warington, Lawes Agricultural Trust Committee (1905)
"Each of the pairs of columns represents a different nitrogenous cross-dressing. From the left-hand half it is evident that superphosphate when used with ..."
4. Meat, Milk, and Wheat: An Elementary Introduction to the Chemistry of by Sir Thomas Dyke Acland (1857)
"The margin on the right hand shows the result of the cross- dressing on 40 perches (quarter of an acre), the whole being weighed. ..."
5. Primary Sources and Context Concerning Joan of Arc's Male Clothing (2006)
"Concerning her male clothing, he states that the trial's foundation upon a charge of cross-dressing was invalid, since her manner of clothing was suited to ..."
6. Transactions of the Indiana State Medical Association by Indiana State Medical Association (1905)
"I do not m'ean that the Ochsner's eriss-cross dressing can take the place of plaster of Paris in supporting the flat foot after it has been operated upon by ..."