Antonyms for cuts out

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Oh, if a man only could live up to the verses he cuts out of magazines!

Does not prune, except to keep watersprouts off, and cuts out limbs that cross.

He cuts out the samples from the middle of the bottom of each cake.

Does any conductor on our lines use a punch which cuts out a keystone?

And the third (which is really a film of gelatine) cuts out the middle of the spectrum but transmits the red and violet ends.

On emerging from the cell the Osmia cuts out with its powerful jaws an ovate lid, nearly as large as one side of the cell.

To mix Law and Gospel not only clouds the knowledge of grace, it cuts out Christ altogether.

They takes a frog and they cuts out his brains and they shoves a bit of pith in the place of 'em.

The ant begins at the edge of a leaf, and cuts out a piece in about five minutes, revolving on one of its hind legs as a centre.

In the Invocation Kirchhoff cuts out the allusion to the oxen of the Sun (lines 6-9) as being inconsistent with his theory.