Faithful to their cut-throat trade, I made no doubt he meant.
The town looks on him as a cut-throat who has narrowly escaped the gallows.
Mr. Zachary Smith resisted the blandishments of “cut-throat” euchre.
I've thought of nothing but you since the day I saw you with that cut-throat.
"I believe you," he muttered, looking steadily at the cut-throat.
"That's all right—but you pay my money first," the cut-throat insisted.
On the other hand, the cut-throat trout were excellent eating.
The hero of the Palolithic age is the brigand and cut-throat of to-day.
One was Heraud, the other Jame, a cut-throat dog of no value.
"To look at him you might think that he's a cut-throat," said Kerbakh.