cutthroat

[ kuht-throht ]SEE DEFINITION OF cutthroat

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CUTTHROAT

All I ask you is this: Is this kind of a cutthroat worth that?

Cutthroat now—I ain't never slit me a throat in all my born days.

It appeared to me a cutthroat sort of hole, this little corner.

Then there is the language difficulty and the cutthroat character of the inhabitants.

Cutthroat, eastern brook, and rainbow, are the most abundant.

Pike, and often a cutthroat, are readily taken with the troll.

By his own confession, made to me this afte'noon, he is a cutthroat and an assassin.

Like the rainbow the cutthroat has been divided into several subspecies.

Who knows but what old Noll's police-patrol is lurking in this cutthroat alley?

It was clear that either he or you had to meet this German cutthroat.

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