Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A large knife formerly used in New England. Bartlett.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Goldman Sachs CEO has had his stock bonus cutto $9 million/year.

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  • As cowardly recreants, even to their own guilty friendships, two of these miscreants, though but slightly perforated by my cutto, fled, leaving the other two, whom I had disabled by the vigor and energy of my incisions, prostrate and in my power.

    The Wit and Humor of America, Volume VII. (of X.)

  • I forthwith sprang to my feet, drew forth my cutto, circulated the same with much vivacity among their several and respective corporeal systems, and every time I circulated the same I felt their iron grasp relax.

    The Wit and Humor of America, Volume VII. (of X.)

  • At length, when thus prostrate on the ground, one of those bright ideas, common to minds of men of genius, struck me: I forthwith sprang to my feet - drew forth my cutto - circulated the same with much vivacity among their several and respective corporeal systems, and every time I circulated the same I felt their iron grasp relax.

    The flush times of Alabama and Mississippi : a series of sketches,

  • As cowardly recreants, even to their own guilty friendships, two of these miscreants, though but slightly perforated by my cutto, fled, leaving the other two, whom I had disabled by the vigor and energy of my incisions, prostrate and in my power: these lustily called for quarter,

    The flush times of Alabama and Mississippi : a series of sketches,

  • They can't have anyone around who promotes truth and honestly does value human life if they are going to carry out their delusional sickness. dick, not-quite-dead white guy said: bocopro - Let's just turn off the teleprompter and cutto final outcome.

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  • Maybe you were thinking of kuttar, bilby.

    December 28, 2010

  • I was getting this confused with stabbo but that's a shiv innit.

    December 28, 2010

  • A type of knife.

    December 27, 2010