cutoff

[ kuht-awf, -of ]SEE DEFINITION OF cutoff

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CUTOFF

I mean to cutoff all connection with the past; and she belongs to it.

Bellamy was still stammering sheepishly when Lucinda cutoff.

Ishie groaned, depressed the cutoff switch and turned to Mike.

Position diagram of cylinder with cutoff at 1/8, ¼, 3/8 and ½ stroke of piston with movable valves, on card 7½ in.

Three-quarters of a mile from the ford we found the place to make the cutoff and there halted awhile.

Both these sources of supply were cutoff by the war, and the country was thrown upon its own slender manufacturing resources.

His line led him across a trail to Old Nick's Cutoff, and there he scrutinised the ground.

I am not thinking in terms that you thought about him on that day, but I am trying to fix a cutoff period.

But Ross refused to accept the cutoff this time, determined to pull Ashe back into the familiar world of the here and now.

I saw him coming kind of toward me around that cutoff through there, and he never did look at me.

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