Marked by lines crossing in two or more directions.(adjective)
Simple past tense and past participle of crisscross.(verb)
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Use "crisscrossed" in a sentence
"HOLMES: Yes, and it's an investigation that's kind of crisscrossed the country."
"Connecting these industries to one another and to eastern U.S. and European markets were railroads, which crisscrossed the West by the end of the nineteenth century."
"Candidates crisscrossed the metro area Sunday in a last-minute push for votes as the latest poll showed that while the New York governor's race has the makings of a blowout, the contests for attorney general and comptroller are a dead heat."