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cut to pierce, slice, or hew with a sharp-edged implement such as a knife, ax, saw, or scissors. [25 definitions]
cutaneous of, concerning, or having an effect upon skin.
cutaway of a coat, tapering downward from the waist toward the tails at the back. [4 definitions]
cutaway shot in a film, a sudden shift of the scene away from the main action to an apparently unrelated event.
cut a wide swath to attract considerable attention; make a big impression.
cutback a reduction, as in employees or production. [2 definitions]
cut bank a steep riverbank, esp. one formed by erosion along a bend in a river.
cut corners to do something in an easier and more expedient manner, often at the expense of quality or care in its execution.
cut down to lessen (often fol. by "on").
cute attractive or charming in a sweet or heartwarming way; darling. [3 definitions]
cutesy (informal) straining to be attractive, clever, or the like; affected, forced, or in questionable taste.
cut glass glass that is shaped or decorated by cutting, incising, or grinding.
cuticle the outer layer of the skin; epidermis. [3 definitions]
cutie (informal) a charming or attractive person, animal, or thing, esp. a girl or young woman.
cutin a waxy mixture of fatty substances found in the nonliving cuticle of plants.
cut in to move oneself abruptly in or between. [2 definitions]
cutinization a process in which the outer cells of plants become thick and covered with cutin, making them waterproof.
cutis in vertebrates, the true skin, including the dermis and the epidermis.
cutlass a short thick sword with one cutting edge and usu. a curved blade.
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]