clear-cut

2 ENTRIES FOUND:

1clear–cut

adjective \ˈklir-ˈkət\

: very obvious and sharp : free from doubt or uncertainty : very definite

Full Definition of CLEAR-CUT

1
:  sharply outlined :  distinct
2
:  free from ambiguity or uncertainty :  unambiguous <a clear–cut decision>

First Known Use of CLEAR-CUT

1849

2clear–cut

noun \-ˌkət\

: an area of land in which all the trees have been cut down

Full Definition of CLEAR-CUT

:  an area of forest which has been clear-cut; also :  clear-cutting

First Known Use of CLEAR-CUT

circa 1958

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