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Thesaurus / cut to bone
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  • as interse
  • as inshorten
  • as indigest
  • as indistill

synonyms for cut to bone

  • abbreviated
  • brief
  • precise
  • short-lived
  • shortened
  • terse
  • abbreviate
  • bare
  • compressed
  • condensed
  • curtailed
  • decreased
  • diminished
  • fleeting
  • lessened
  • little
  • pointed
  • summarized
  • summary
  • aphoristic
  • boiled down
  • breviloquent
  • compendiary
  • compendious
  • concise
  • curtate
  • cut short
  • cut to the bone
  • decurtate
  • epigrammatic
  • in a nutshell
  • laconic
  • momentary
  • not protracted
  • pithy
  • sententious
  • short and sweet
  • short-term
  • succinct
  • undersized
  • unprolonged
  • unsustained
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antonyms for cut to bone

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  • enduring
  • lasting
  • lengthy
  • long-lived
  • long
  • adequate
  • courteous
  • enough
  • high
  • kind
  • large
  • polite
  • sufficient
  • tall
  • thick
  • unabridged
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WORDS RELATED TO CUT TO BONE

  • abbreviate
  • abstract
  • boil down
  • classify
  • codify
  • compress
  • condense
  • cut
  • cut down
  • cut to bone
  • decrease
  • epitomize
  • get to the meat
  • inventory
  • methodize
  • nutshell
  • put in a nutshell
  • reduce
  • shorten
  • sum
  • sum up
  • summarize
  • summate
  • survey
  • synopsize
  • systematize
  • tabulate
  • trim
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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