cut-and-dried

[ kuht-n-drahyd ]SEE DEFINITION OF cut-and-dried

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CUT-AND-DRIED

I wonder where you got all your cut-and-dried notions about Englishmen?

And, it won't be long; I've heard the details of a cut-and-dried plan.

But, Nan, seriously, do you not notice how formal and cut-and-dried most sermons are?

"The inquiry was all cut-and-dried business," remarked Queenie.

However miracles continue to happen in this cut-and-dried world.

There is no sudden or cut-and-dried solution of the Negro problem, or of any other problem.

Oh, it will have to be a cut-and-dried election as far as Mignon is concerned.

But it has always been a cut-and-dried affair as long as Hiram has been here.

Her voice was defiant, as if deprecating in advance any cut-and-dried disapproval.

The Mathematics instructor was a youngish man with a sort of cut-and-dried manner that Ira found unsympathetic.

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