Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of cutdown.

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Examples

  • We kept asking him where he was, all he could say was he walked down through two cutdowns!!

    Field & Stream's Best Hunting Story Contest: Week Two

  • We kept asking him where he was, all he could say was he walked down through two cutdowns!!

    Field & Stream's Best Hunting Story Contest: Week Two

  • A great number of written accounts over the years attest to the menacing attitude--profanities, cutdowns, provocations.

    And The Real Harlan Ellison Stands Up

  • Of course, my not jumping up and down about disparate activity among various creationist types, and my noted lack of degrading cutdowns about ID theorists, revealed that I supported ID and therefore my own views and ID theory was immediately the new topic at hand.

    Creation Scientist Challenges Intelligent Design - The Panda's Thumb

  • Marcus Dixon was a last minute addition to the Jets team shortly after final cutdowns, as he was cut by the Cowboys just the day before.

    NY Daily News

  • The News reported during final cutdowns that the team viewed Maybin as a luxury at the time.

    NY Daily News

  • The News reported during final cutdowns that the team viewed Maybin as a luxury at the time.

    NY Daily News

  • It was a last chance for rookies and other players on the bubble to impress the coaches before the final roster cutdowns on Saturday.

    The Seattle Times

  • The News reported during final cutdowns that the team viewed Maybin as a luxury at the time.

    NY Daily News

  • Marcus Dixon was a last minute addition to the Jets team shortly after final cutdowns, as he was cut by the Cowboys just the day before.

    NY Daily News

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