- cross-check (n.)
- 1903 in research and accounting, from the verbal phrase, from cross (adv.) + check (v.1). As a verb in hockey, from 1901. As a noun, 1968.
- 1. If you ever cross him, forget it, you're finished.
- 2. The priest made the sign of the cross over him.
- 3. I've never seen him get cross or lose his temper.
- 4. Don't try and double-cross me, Taylor, because I'll kill you.
- 5. Jane blocked Cross's vision and he could see nothing.
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