Crosslegged

References in classic literature ?
Can he be the great, grave gentleman upon whose stick I used to ride crosslegged, the care-worn man into whose thoughtful face I used to gaze with childish reverence and whom I used to call "father?" You say "yes," old screen; but are you quite sure?
"Smith is notoriously hot-tempered, but the sight of some nondescript and miry creature sitting crosslegged amongst a lot of loose straw, and swinging itself to and fro like a bear in a cage, made him pause.
Sitting in silence crosslegged by a waterfall is great for some folks and torture for others.
And then the whistle blew for kickoff and everybody sat down, crosslegged, like polite infants waiting for sir to start morning assembly.
Should I sprawl languidly on the bed like a character from an Evelyn Waugh novel or sit earnestly crosslegged on the sofa like Hercule Poirot considering a case?
And when you're sitting crosslegged on a tatami mat in a local teahouse sampling some of the local brew, it's always good to have a chat with some of the other travellers who've made their way to Ise with offerings for the gods.
Jhule Lal is believed to be an incarnation of Varun and is usually represented sitting crosslegged on a lotus, balanced on a palla fish swimming in the Indus River.
Lily, who stars in photographs crosslegged on a heap of clothes, is rallying people to drop off good quality clothing, accessories and homeware they no longer need at their nearest TK Maxx.
Now she is able to sit crosslegged with her friends in school as long as somebody is behind her in case she falls back.
"I'm doing it acoustic and crosslegged where I'll sing and tell stories.
A t the brick-and-mud Chaumuah school in Mathura, scores of girls in khaki uniforms sit crosslegged on floor mats once the gong sounds for lunch.