Definition of Cutups

1. Noun. (plural of cutup) ¹



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Definition of Cutups

1. cutup [n] - See also: cutup

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cutups

cuttlefish bone
cuttlefish bones
cuttlefish disk
cuttlefishes
cuttles
cuttling
cutto
cuttoe
cuttoes
cutty
cutty stool
cuttystool
cuttystools
cutup
cutups (current term)
cutwal
cutwals
cutwork
cutworks
cutworm
cutworms
cuvee
cuvees
cuvet
cuvette
cuvette oximeter
cuvettes

Literary usage of Cutups

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1. The History of Standon: Parish, Manour and Church, with Two Hundred Years of by Edward Salt (1888)
"... Horse Pasture Meadow, Banner Yard, Near cutups, Far cutups, with Gravel Pit and road. Lower Far cutups, Cuckoo's Nest (with two Cottages), ..."

2. Official Catalogue of the British Section by Great Britain (1878)
"Figured and Plain cutups and Dress goods ; Figured and Plain Ladies and Gentlemen's Scarfs and Mufflers; Fancy Handkerchiefs, ..."

3. The Political Songs of England: From the Reign of John to that of Edward II. by Thomas Wright (1839)
"... C. cutups, R. 1 and 2. London by the ai!eice of tie frien.ls.—Two cardinals of Rome the pope has sea ..."

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