Learn how to say Crisscrossed correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.
Oxford dictionary definition of the word criss-crossed:
crossed over each other
Example Sentences Including ‘criss-crossed’
Cristina strolled gently through the labyrinthine paths that criss-crossed Central Park.
Stewart, Michael COMPULSION
Ferry accidents are common in this South Asian nation criss-crossed by rivers.
Roth criss-crossed these huge tracts of rugged country looking for signs of the mysterious blue birds.
Tony Juniper SPIX’S MACAW: THE RACE TO SAVE THE WORLD’S RAREST BIRD (2002)
The dam was also criss-crossed with a network of cooling pipes.
NEW SCIENTIST (2003)
The entire area is criss-crossed with tributaries, most of them twice as wide as the Thames.
BELFAST TELEGRAPH (2004)
The surface of the earth is criss-crossed by faults like a sheet of crazed glass.
Richard Fortey THE EARTH: AN INTIMATE HISTORY (2004)
The wooden floor, smeared with blood, was criss-crossed by trails of wire linked to primed explosives scattered among the hostages.
SUN, NEWS OF THE WORLD (2004)
The world is permanently criss-crossed by refugees, fleeing some form or other of persecution.
Aldiss, Brian SOMEWHERE EAST OF LIFE
This summer when she criss-crossed the country with her husband, she took in the room before slowly wandering in.
EDMONTON SUN (2003)