Recent Examples of box cutter from the Web
The manager actually had: three men had bought a collection of peculiar items, including a box cutter, a 2-by-4 and zip ties.
The worst murders in American history have been committed with box cutters, planes, and bombs — not firearms — and the recent truck-ramming in Nice, France, took a far greater human toll than any American mass shooting.
Police say Young entered the Speedway on Monday and pulled out a box cutter before delivering his ultimatum.
No stuffed animals, drones, selfie sticks or weapons like box cutters, knives or bats were allowed.
With the box cutter, cut off the bottom of the laundry basket.
In his pockets were drug bindles, a box cutter, handcuff keys and a syringe, the City Attorney’s Office said.
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First Known Use of box cutter
BOX CUTTER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of box cutter for English Language Learners
: a small tool that is made for opening cardboard boxes and that has a very sharp blade that can be pushed in and out of its case
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