cut

Part of speech: verb

To reduce.

Part of speech: verb

To divide, trim, or shape, as with a knife; make a cut; server; clip; hew; wound.

Part of speech: verb

To hurt; pain; grieve.

Part of speech: verb

To pass without recognition.

Part of speech: adjective

Formed or affected by cutting; wounded; severed.

Part of speech: noun

An incision; a gash; slit.

Part of speech: noun

A cutting motion or action.

Part of speech: noun

A short way, as across a corner.

Part of speech: noun

Fashion; form; style.

Part of speech: noun

Print. An engraved black, or a picture printed from it.

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Usage examples "cut":

  1. One of these days, when papa's back is turned, I'm going to cut it off short, like a boy's." - "The Everlasting Whisper", Jackson Gregory.
  2. Ten minutes, perhaps- yet I feel as though already there is something that has cut us off from the rest of the world, and left us alone together. - "Wife in Name Only", Charlotte M. Braeme (Bertha M. Clay).
  3. That was what he used to say, sir, that he wanted to feel cut off from everybody and everything. - "Malcolm Sage, Detective", Herbert George Jenkins.