uncross

[ UK /ʌnkɹˈɒs/ ]
VERB
  1. change from a crossed to an uncrossed position
    She uncrossed her legs
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How To Use uncross In A Sentence

  • Whoa, I said aloud, trying to uncross my eyes, what's the bottom line here?
  • `I'm not going to uncross my fingers until we get away from here," Roberta said. WEEKEND FOR MURDER
  • Her fingers were not entirely uncrossed during that statement.
  • ‘Everyone has noticed something or another about the changes in your behavior,’ Jordan added, uncrossing her arms, and sitting down at the table.
  • For order-driven securities, an auction call period will commence at 13: 30hrs, with uncrossing scheduled for undefined
  • If life evolves by descent with trait modification along uncrossed lines, then we can predict that traits should likewise group into a nested hierarchy. About 'What Darwin Got Wrong'
  • Occasionally he crosses his arms, then uncrosses them as he listens to my every word, nodding in understanding.
  • A bored looking man flipped through the Harvard Medical Journal, crossing and uncrossing his legs as he flipped each page.
  • If we posit descent along uncrossed lines, it forms a nested hierarchy based on clades, that is, each ancestor grouped with all of its descendents. About 'What Darwin Got Wrong'
  • Ian shifted his weight to the other leg and absently blew at his bangs again without uncrossing his arms.
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