uncrossed

[uhn-krawst, -krost]
adjective
1.
not crossed.
2.
not marked with a line across: to leave one's t's uncrossed.

Origin:
1550–60; un-1 + crossed

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uncross

[uhn-kraws, -kros]
verb (used with object)
to change from a crossed position, as the legs.

Origin:
1590–1600; un-2 + cross

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Example sentences
The crossed fibers of the optic nerve tend to occupy the medial side of the
  nerve and the uncrossed fibers the lateral side.
Too much of the film is spent matching up lovers who must almost literally get
  their stars uncrossed in order to find happiness.
Uncrossed bugles will be worn with a necktie as shown above.
Pipe and tubing shall be stored with continuous support in straight, uncrossed
  bundles.
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