Examples of cutoff in a Sentence
a cutoff of the water supply
The cutoff for new applications is next Wednesday.
Recent Examples of cutoff from the Web
Although Mississippi was already among the states with a 20-week ban, until the enactment of this latest bill, the cutoff time for abortions at the Jackson clinic was 16 weeks.
Some carriers, especially on international flights, might follow an earlier cutoff than 36 weeks.
Haley wanted a complete cutoff in U.S. money until the Palestinians resumed peace talks with Israel that have been frozen for years.
Think Oakley-style shades, and batting practice-ready cutoffs.
The cutoff date in 2018 (determined by the top 22 percent of players between two and three years of service time), will dictate whether Edwards will be paid a few million dollars sooner rather than later.
Officials say a cutoff can still be avoided with cooperation from residents, adequate rainfall and successful efforts to desalinize water and pump it from aquifers.
As the midnight deadline passed, Republican senators kept haggling with Democrats over a compromise that would re-open the government as soon as this weekend, with a new funding cutoff date of Feb. 8.
Hurdler Braxton Canady just missed the qualifying cutoff.
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First Known Use of cutoff
arrest, arrestment, cease, cessation, check, close, closedown, closure, conclusion, discontinuance, discontinuation, end, ending, expiration, finish, halt, lapse, offset, shutdown, shutoff, stay, stop, stoppage, surcease, termination;
Definition of cut off
- cut off communications
- threatened to cut him off without a penny
- cut off the engine
- the operator cut me off
Examples of cut off in a Sentence
the majority party cut off debate and forced a vote on the bill
the dog cut off the one sheep that had to be sheared
Recent Examples of cut off from the Web
Audio reveals that Iger appeared irritated and dismissive of the shareholder, sharply cutting off the exchange.
The advance cuts off the towns of Douma and Harasta from the rest of the enclave.
Saying he was bothered that a teen rapper accused of capital murder cut off his ankle monitor and allegedly committed new crimes — all while bragging about it in a song and video — a state district judge has denied Tay-K 47’s request for bond.
The song is a cut off The Score's album ATLAS (Deluxe), which dropped this past October.
The floods could also leave hundreds of thousands vulnerable to disease and unable to get aid if flooding cuts off parts of the settlements, the IOM warned.
Shearing ruins the form, cuts off the flowers if done before flowering on spring-blooming shrubs and may even weaken the plant.
San Diego may join a national trend of eliminating library fines to avoid cutting off the poor from a vital service and to boost recovery of overdue items.
Base security officials shut down the road leading to the Detention Center Zone, cutting off the main part of the outpost from the base within the base where the Pentagon holds 41 war-on-terror detainees.
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First Known Use of cut off
cut off Synonyms
CUTOFF Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of cutoff for English Language Learners
: the act of stopping the movement or supply of something
: the time when something must be done or completed
cutoffs : short pants that are made from long pants by cutting off the legs at the knees or higher
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