Pronunciation of Cross
/kɹˈɒs/, /kɹˈɒs/, /k_ɹ_ˈɒ_s/
Synonyms for cross:
tinkle, checkmark, doggy, annoyed, SQ, wrestling, collection plate, gene, GMO, isosceles triangle, arm-wrestling, miffed, penalty kick, genetic engineering, red light, x chromosome, tum, double helix, one-two, road sign, sex chromosome, poppet, hash mark, cross-fertilize, frock, Gene Therapy, teeter-totter, kick off, heated, heterozygous, plow into, vestment, DNA Fingerprinting, hexagram, altar, quadrant, ko, doggie, wee, rood screen, genetic screening, rosary, frayed, retake, ideogram, genetic modification, Indian wrestling, peeved, free kick, gm, headlock, pentagon, stopstreet, asterisk, het up, Piqued, wee-wee, genome, half volley, meany, teeny-weeny, railroad crossing, sky, tootsies, green light, genetics, mutation, bare-knuckle, daddy, worked up, embittered, reproductive cloning, quadrilateral, hassock, caret, psalter, professional foul, homozygous, POO, wiener, sacrament, the WWF, prizefighter, feint, disgusted, sumo, the Queensberry Rules, doo-doo, mommy, grade crossing, interference, uppercut, chromosome, boxing, wrestler, dog collar, polyhedron, cloning, tummy, traffic lights, pugilist, pissy, wafer, octagon, parallelogram, trapezium, therapeutic cloning, middleweight, graven image, stoplight, sparring partner, piggy, pissed off, aggrieved, resentful, upsy-daisy, zebra crossing, scaredy-cat, jaywalking, boo-boo, obstruction, mishit, Kickboxing, T-intersection, fractal, heredity, welterweight, mutagen, tattle, genetically modified, font, the Eucharist, stigmata, mama, equilateral triangle, the Holy Grail, geneticist, recessive, Easter Egg, plow through, madonna, header, flyweight, Nana, right triangle, featherweight, professional wrestling, indignant, genetic profiling, bunny, biretta, ups-a-daisy, fraidy-cat, pound sign, stoup, decussate, surplice, handball, knock around, genetic code, bantamweight, shadow boxing, polygon, dollar sign, mummy, trapezoid, oblong, We, lead with, genetic fingerprinting, bow-wow, traffic cone, Gene Pool, tithe, fair play, rectangle, pedestrian crossing, traffic island, mutate, genetic, bout, glove, rhombus, cassock, scalene triangle, hexagon, dropkick, holy water, level crossing, y chromosome, southpaw, choo-choo, yippee, mix, goal-kick, heptagon, ringside.
prism, knock, kickoff, kick around, slugger, crossroads, birdie, bulldoze, checkmate, duke, tribulation, lozenge, querulous, hereditary, subway, cuboid, arrow, put out, lob, waspish, pretend, count out, triangle, grown up, boxer, right hander, nanny, icon, number two, backhand, hard-wired, balk, goody, inherited, tabernacle, collar, dribble, shoot, stranglehold, stymie, bless, welter, bitterly, hieroglyphics, dominant, gamer, rhomboid, vexed, cross-fertilization, tick, pucker, knockdown, impatient, jab, belligerent, power play, lightweight, dyspeptic, knockout, crumple, fighter, excited, chevron, heavyweight, joined-up, break through, mad, follow through.
set piece, stoop, rotary, creep, locus, life, pass on, smash, naughty, erase, stump, sequence, drill, undo, annul, throw in, left, cancel, glimmer, plate, falter, guard, desperate, too, testy, right of way, spar, twinkle, run up, decoration, sweetie.
circus, chip, dive, burden, gleam, harden, cone, clone, delivery, slice, lamb, offense, vector, host, pyramid, obliterate, silly, big, volley, vacate, diamond, foul, upset, robot, sore, disagreeable, little, flank, tackle, ball, punt, number one, kick.
squeeze, drive, start, pass.
interbreed, hybridize, interbreeding, hybridizing.
Other synonyms and related words:
burden, bilk, crossbreed, balk, crosswise, crotchety, chevron, checkmate, choleric, spike, foil, ill-tempered, waspish, crucifix, mark, hybridize, pass over, baffle, X, traverse, crisscross, crossway, thwart, mongrel, splenetic, crossbred, frustrate, crossing, testy, bad-tempered, interbreed, hybrid, defeat.
joyless, bored, fed up, irritated, uneasy, disgruntled, miserable, frustrated, teed off, gloomy, dissatisfied, sour, exasperated, anxious, dissident, wretched, restless, displeased, anguished, malcontent, uncomfortable, discomposed, ticked off, cheerless, irreconcilable, unhappy, discontent, disapproving, despondent, non-satisfied, ungratified, disquieted.
petulant, acerbic, irascible, irritable, crabbed, touchy, acid, bitter, peevish, crabby, fretful, caustic, prickly, sour, huffy, cantankerous, bellicose, cranky, churlish, petty, surly, spiteful, fractious, crusty, snappish, bearish, tart, ill-tempered, acrimonious.
scowling, dour, fretful, uncooperative, moody, morose, petulant, unfriendly, glowering, frowning, crabby, hostile, irascible, malevolent, sour, grouchy, beetle-browed, noncooperative, cynical, dark, Moping, cantankerous, melancholy, broody, mean, grim, gloomy, glum, long-faced, obstinate, contrary, unsociable, sullen, sulky, grumpy, surly, ungenial, dissociable, dejected.
very angry; in a bad mood (adjective)
petulant, surly, ratty, sullen, querulous, ill-tempered, choleric, splenetic, cantankerous, annoyed, peeved, peevish, fretful, testy, put out, churlish, quick-tempered, disagreeable, ill-humored, pettish, irritable, cranky, vexed, snappy, waspish, grumpy, crabby, impatient, fractious, crotchety, irascible, grouchy, touchy, crusty.
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Sense 14 (noun)
ill-natured, cover, crossing, grouchy, cut across, foil, crabbed, hybridizing, frustrate, get over, crisscross, scotch, hybridise, hybridisation, crossbreed, ill-tempered, interbreeding, mark, cut through, crabby, thwartwise, bad-tempered, span, hybridize, get across, traverse, crossbreeding, spoil, crown of thorns, baffle, fussy, track, thwart, bilk, grumpy, hybridization, transverse, transversal, sweep, crosswise, pass over, interbreed.
betray, hinder (verb)
hybridize, mix (verb)
crossbreed, interbreed, cross-fertilize.
conflict, protest, oppress, intercept, oppose, fight, rebuff, meddle, repress, suppress, inhibit, dispute, antagonize, counterattack, obstruct, repulse, check, disagree, hinder, interfere, impede, contradict, repel, object.