2. Verb. (past of recross) ¹
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Definition of Recrossed
1. recross [v] - See also: recross
Lexicographical Neighbors of Recrossed
Literary usage of Recrossed
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Mosby and His Men: A Record of the Adventures of that Renowned Partisan by J. Marshall Crawford (1867)
"Finding no enemy here, he recrossed the Potomac, and returned to Fauquier with a few government horses. Between the 1st and 18th of July this year, ..."
2. The Rebellion Record: A Diary of American Events, with Documents, Narratives by Frank Moore, Edward Everett (1863)
"While this by-play was going on in front, the main column recrossed the bridge at Kinston. aral advanced up the left bank, taking the river road After all ..."
3. Cyclopedia of American Government by Andrew Cunningham McLaughlin, Albert Bushnell Hart (1914)
"The territory now embraced in the state of Idaho was first explored by white men when the expedition of Lewie and Clark crossed and recrossed it in 1805-06. ..."
4. Sketches of the History of Christian Art by Alexander Crawford Lindsay Crawford (1885)
"And Helenus, mounting first, invited the priest to follow, but the latter fled, and Helenus recrossed by himself, many monks looking on; and when he had ..."
5. Bibliotheca Classica, Or A Dictionary of All the Principal Names and Terms by John Lemprière, John David Ogilby (1839)
"... period recrossed the gulf or sea, and, with the name of Goths, &c. possessed themselves of the abodes which the Germans, pressing on towards the limits ..."
6. Bibliotheca Classica: Or, A Dictionary of All the Principal Names and Terms by John Lemprière, Lorenzo L. Da Ponte, John David Ogilby (1866)
"Strabo, in bis ihe centre of Europe, These latter people were the Germans; the former were the Scandinavians, who, at a later period recrossed the gulf or ..."