Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. In bookbinding, the operation of trimming down with a knife the rough edges or bolts of a sewed and uncut book.

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Examples

  • The fresh figure of speech racing through the lingo of the edge-cutting calls up the image of a runner straining ahead, the tilt of the body throwing weight forward to aid acceleration.

    The Right Word in the Right Place at the Right Time

  • A profoundly influential ensemble player and solo artist, Hammer helped outline the possibilities of jazz-rock fusion with edge-cutting albums like Oh, Yeah?

    Expecting Rain

  • Services include edge-cutting individual life coaching such as virtual online coaching, "walk-and talk" at Chicago's

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  • Services include edge-cutting individual life coaching such as virtual online coaching,

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