cutting

[ kuht-ing ]SEE DEFINITION OF cutting

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CUTTING

He had hung up his buck at the camp and was cutting strips from it for his supper.

"You'd better," he said, with quiet decision, cutting short my hesitation.

The boy on Lucretia is jabbing her with the spurs, and she's cutting up.

Diablo was cutting down the lead the other two held over him, galloping like a demon.

"I must find my friend," he said, cutting the garrulous man short.

As an honest man, it was for him to judge if he had the right of cutting the tie there and for ever.

To part with a piece of land is, to him, like cutting off an arm.

"I must drink," I said, cutting him short and rising to my feet.

The falling snow did not stay her, nor did the cutting blast.

Chowder may be made of clams, first cutting off the hard part.

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