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cutler a person who makes, repairs, or sells knives and other cutting tools.
cutlery cutting tools such as knives and scissors, considered collectively. [3 definitions]
cutlet a thin boneless piece of meat, usu. sliced from the leg or ribs. [2 definitions]
cutline a descriptive legend, such as one beneath a photograph, diagram, or the like; caption.
cutoff a prescribed terminal point or limit. [5 definitions]
cut off one's nose to spite one's face to take spiteful or vengeful action that causes pain or disadvantage to oneself.
cutoff switch a device that turns off a machine by stopping the flow of electricity.
cut one's wisdom teeth to attain maturity; arrive at an age when decisions must be made and discretion practiced.
cutout something that has been or is made to be cut out, such as a paper doll. [2 definitions]
cut out to delete. [2 definitions]
cutover cleared of trees; clear-cut. [2 definitions]
cutpurse a pickpocket.
cut-rate available at a reduced price; cheap. [2 definitions]
cutter someone or something that cuts, as in the making of clothes. [4 definitions]
cut the Gordian knot to solve a difficult problem in a rapid, bold manner.
cutthroat a bloodthirsty, merciless, or cruel person, esp. a murderer. [5 definitions]
cutthroat trout a trout found in mountain streams in northwestern North America, having a reddish mark on its throat.
cutting the act of one that cuts. [5 definitions]
cutting board a rectangular board, often made of wood, used esp. for cutting vegetables or meats.
cutting edge the sharp edge of a cutting implement, such as scissors, a knife, or the like, that serves to cut or penetrate something. [2 definitions]
cuttlebone the internal shell of cuttlefish, used as food for pet birds and, in powdered form, for polishing.