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View definitions for cut out

cut out

verb as in excise, remove

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The new surgeon general certainly has his work cut out for him.

In addition, because House Democrats were cut out of the negotiations over the bill, they don't feel any incentive to play ball.

I used to cut out the full-page movie ads from the Sunday New York Times each week, just to look at them.

I prefaced it by saying, “Bill Clinton was such a dog, that…” so they cut out the story angle.

“There are two entire chapters that were cut out that I'm sorry about,” Caro said.

To attempt to cut out Mrs. Kaye I should need a little genuine enthusiasm; and frankly, your beloved prodigy does not inspire it.

She was so handy with a needle, and allus ready to cut out calico dingusses that the peon gals could sew up.

The round form of many of the latter is especially remarkable: they almost seem to have been cut out with a chisel.

Her name and his initials were all that was written in the book; very carefully she cut out the entire page.

The 29th attackers had sewn on to their backs triangles cut out of kerosine tins.

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On this page you'll find 60 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to cut out, such as: carve, delete, eliminate, extract, pull out, and sever.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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