Double–Crostic

noun

Definition of Double–Crostic

  1. :  a puzzle whose object is to fill in with words guessed from definitions a column of numbered dashes and then copy each letter in the correspondingly numbered square of a diagram so that words in the diagram form a quotation and the initial letters of the words in the column spell the author and title from which the quotation is taken —formerly a U.S. registered trademark

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