a place where two roads, two railroad lines, or a road and a railroad line cross.
the action of moving across or over something.
a journey across water in a ship.
a place at which one may safely cross something, esp. a street.
a place at which one can cross a border between countries.
the intersection of a church nave and the transepts.
, distressing, dressing, Lessing, pressing, unprepossessing
, casing, facing, lacing, placing, self-effacing, spacing, tracing
•steeplechasing • interfacing
•unceasing • Gissing • unconvincing
•self-sacrificing • crossing
•conveyancing • embarrassing
, flashing, lashing, thrashing
•square-bashing • tongue-lashing
•garnishing • furnishing • ravishing
, gushing, unblushing
•inrushing • onrushing
Volume formed on a square plan by the intersection of chancel
, and transepts
of a cruciform
church, often with a tower, flèche
, or other architectural feature, such as a cupola
, over it.