Examples of cutout in a Sentence
a cardboard cutout of a famous actor
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Papel picado, paper cutouts used as decorations throughout the year, include images of skulls for Day of the Dead and represent the sky, wind and fragility.
Nintendo's official dock includes hard-to-see cutouts that let the Switch spew out as much heat take in as much outside air from its lower vents as possible.
Among the crowd of protesters — banging drums, dancing and honking horns — was a cardboard cutout of former president Barack Obama, donning a University of Hawaii baseball cap.
While Arlington Martin outside hitter Christina Escamilla had her head in the game, a pair of over-sized cutouts of her head were being waved about in the visitors’ stands of the Lamar High gym.
Many times, people keep their winning cutouts at work.
The home bench was relocated to the Little Caesars Arena concourse, where fans can pose next to cutouts of current players.
Rick Shaw's son Sean Hummel stands next to a cardboard cutout of his late father on Sunday, Oct. 22, 2017 at the Gulfstream Park.
The exhibit featured a cardboard cutout of the nation’s Founding Fathers and the Statue of Liberty looking down at the Bill of Rights in a manger.
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Definition of cut out
- you've got your work cut out for you
- cut out wasteful spending
- cut out a car from a train
Examples of cut out in a Sentence
the engine abruptly cut out
now cut that out, or I'm turning this car around!
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Even without Patterson, Kentucky’s defense has its work cut out for it.
The National Iranian American Council, a U.S. group that lobbied for the Iran nuclear deal, wants the EU to create offshore dollar-clearing facilities that would weaken the threat of European banks being cut out of the U.S. financial system.
In the new era of fashion populism, the critic is cut out of the equation.
After a cancer is cut out, radiation is frequently used to kill the cancer cells the surgeon’s knife has missed.
Remove the mirror, cut out the frame and base shapes, and set them aside.
For example, viewers can use pinhole cameras cut out of paper or made with their hands to project the image of the eclipse onto the ground to look at without eye protection.
Here and there, the filmmaker cuts out the natural sound in a dialogue scene, letting the audience fill in the blanks.
The screen comes so close to the edge, there’s a notch cut out for the front-facing camera.
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