Recent Examples of cutter from the Web
The immigrants were transferred to a U.S. Coast Guard cutter for medical treatment for dehydration — and, in all probability, a trip back to Cuba — as a small crowd watched from shore.
Somewhere along the line, our most prestigious universities abandoned their mission in favor of manufacturing cookie-cutter adults.
Deputies took from the defendant's pockets a cell phone, a box cutter, and a large amount of U.S. currency.
Remove the pasta sheet roller attachment and replace it with the fettuccini cutter.
Earhart said in what’s believed to be her final radio broadcast to a Coast Guard cutter assisting with her navigation.
The Coast Guard cutter Gannet stood by on the scene overnight, Lally said.
Goodwin launched Feldman’s first pitch, an 88-mph cutter, into the upper deck, but foul, in right.
Dodgers closer Kenley Jansen has taken over as the king of the cutter in Los Angeles.
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First Known Use of cutter
CUTTER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of cutter for English Language Learners
: a person, machine, or tool that cuts something
: a boat on a ship that is used for carrying supplies or passengers to and from the shore
: a small sailing boat with one mast
CUTTER Defined for Kids
Definition of cutter for Students
- a diamond cutter
- a cookie cutter
- a coast guard cutter
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