The practice of setting up a line of cocaine next to a line of heroin. The user places a straw in each nostril and snorts about half of each line. Then the straws are crossed and the remaining lines are snorted.

Criss"cross` (kr?s"kr?s`; 115), n. [A corruption of Christcross.]

1.

A mark or cross, as the signature of a person who is unable to write.

2.

A child's game played on paper or on a slate, consisting of lines arranged in the form of a cross.

 

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Criss"cross`, v. t.

To mark or cover with cross lines; as, a paper was crisscrossed with red marks.

 

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Criss"cross` (kr?s"kr?s`;115), adv.

1.

In opposite directions; in a way to cross something else; crossing one another at various angles and in various ways.

Logs and tree luing crisscross in utter confusion. W. E. Boardman.

2.

With opposition or hindrance; at cross purposes; contrarily; as, things go crisscross.

 

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