cutter

[ kuht-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF cutter

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CUTTER

But the cutter slipped by and left him knee-deep, looking ruefully after them.

The hovel of a cutter of wood into lengths for burning, was the only house at that end; all else was wall.

It is intended for two; won't you step out of the sleigh into the cutter?

They're going to send a cutter for me to come and take Parker's place.

The cutter imitated this manoeuvre, and the boat of the wreck went last.

She is a cutter, and a good sea-boat, and sails well before the wind.

Then cut out the center of these with a cutter about an inch across.

There is the cutter rig, yawl rig, sloop rig, and the ketch rig.

Mark the middle of these rounds with a cutter about three sizes smaller.

The noise of the cutter came intermittently, like the breaking of waves.

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