Definition of Recut

1. Verb. to cut again ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Recut

1. cut [v -CUT, -CUTTING, -CUTS] - See also: cut

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Recut

recurvous
recusal
recusals
recusancies
recusancy
recusant
recusants
recusation
recusations
recusative
recuse
recused
recuses
recusing
recussion
recut (current term)
recuts
recutting
recyclability
recyclable
recyclables
recyclate
recycle
recycle bin
recycle bins
recycled
recycler
recyclers
recycles
recycling

Literary usage of Recut

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1. An Account of the Transactions of His Majesty's Mission to the Court of by Harford Jones Brydges (1834)
"Peu de jours après on " recut un corps de cavalerie, avec du bétail et " des vivres. " Les Arabes, que le général avait dépêchés " loin du camp, ..."

2. Official Proceedings for the Annual Convention by American Society for Municipal Improvements (1916)
"During the year of 1913, 6296 sq. yds. of recut granite, with bituminous filler, ... Taking the entire area paved with napped or recut granite blocks, ..."

3. The Amadis Question by Grace Sara Williams (1909)
"... enfants de servage » — et chacun de tom- ber a ses genoux comme devant un sanctuaire. And despite his reluctance so persuades him that « il en recut la ..."

4. Style Manual of the Printing Office by New York Public Library (1912)
"recut CASLON ITALIC 6-Point recut Caslon Italic The typography of a book should show a visible agreement with its subject-matter. ..."

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