Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • That has been cut roughly: used in regard to timber which has been roughly sawed in the district where it was felled.

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Examples

  • He had no difficulty in obtaining country-cut garments, and his host, who had looked somewhat doubtfully upon him on his first arrival, was evidently relieved in his mind when he came down from his room in his new purchases.

    With Cochrane the Dauntless

  • In his future he saw himself a soldier with plume and sword and snug-fitting, decorated clothes, -- very different from his somewhat roomy trousers and country-cut roundabout, made by Aunt

    The Complete Project Gutenberg Writings of Charles Dudley Warner

  • In his future he saw himself a soldier with plume and sword and snug-fitting, decorated clothes, -- very different from his somewhat roomy trousers and country-cut roundabout, made by Aunt Ellis, the village tailoress, who cut out clothes, not according to the shape of the boy, but to what he was expected to grow to, -- going where glory awaited him.

    Being a Boy

  • The people, who were only accustomed to see him in his short, country-cut hunting-coats, baggy breeches, and shapeless boots, could hardly recognize the frock-coated, fancy-vested, military-trousered swell, as Lord Scamperdale.

    Mr. Sponge's Sporting Tour

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