Jemima had driven down to the crossroads store for some pressing necessity of the sewing-room.
They had now gained a crossroads, and here the doctor halted.
I am honest, and fear no man, and I say that Motier has long been at the crossroads.
The old house at Crossroads was just across the way from her little school.
At a crossroads stood an old brick house, an ancient rarity upon a landscape white-spotted with wooden cottages.
Since the night of the Crossroads ball Geoffrey had permitted himself to hope.
For the land will never again stand at the crossroads, the four-corners of the civilized world.
The Crossroads practice will never be a money-making practice.
A new church had been built at the crossroads, and an eminent divine had come from San Francisco to preach the opening sermon.
That I stay here at Crossroads, keeping the old house open for you.
crossroads 1795, in fig. sense of "a turning point, a moment of decision;" from crossroad. In U.S., used for "a crossroads and little more; small, dull town" by 1845.