Will you take some of this sirloin, the under-cut is excellent.
He cut it just like ribs—I mean the under-cut—instead of across.
With this under-cut at Mlle. Fouchette the rosy-cheeked cashier left them in charge of the waitress of that particular table.
These capitols were true Corinthians, having all the floriation and under-cut usually seen in such capitols.
Mostly arms and legs, Skeet is, and sort of swivel-jointed all over, with a back slope to his forehead and an under-cut chin.
It is of course impossible to mould thus bowls that possess a deep or under-cut foot.
"Well, I suppose it's a matter of taste—upper-cut or under-cut," Mr. Clarkson answered, smiling at his seriousness.