Examples of crosshatch in a Sentence
The fields were crosshatched by plowed paths.
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The pastry arrives in a snowfall of icing sugar, crosshatched with cinnamon and crowned by almonds, their bitter edge smoothed by orange-blossom water.
At the end, there is half a mango, neatly crosshatched, and a rainbow of sticky rice balls, saturated with coconut milk.
British Columbia is crosshatched with mountain ranges, grasslands, forests, and inlets, and its natural richness is mirrored in a remarkable array of First Nations—198 of them, or about one-third of Canada’s indigenous cultural diversity.
Sectarian slaughter crosshatches the early sections of the novel in the form of descriptions of a massacre that took place 20 years earlier in a pub.
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Definition of crosshatch for English Language Learners
: to mark or draw (something) with sets of lines that cross each other
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