acrossed vs across :

acrossed vs across

acrossed or across

Across means that which lies between two points of interest or on opposites sides either at or near the far end of a point.

"On my way back from school, I saw Mum's friend across the street."

Acrossed is a misspelling of the word, across or probably the inappropriateness of the attempted past tense structure. It should be avoided by all possible means in writings, publications etc

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  • r  to the opposite side
    the football field was 300 feet across
  • r  transversely
    the marble slabs were cut across
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