Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Cut into fine pieces or strips: as, fine-cut chewing-tobacco.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The maker of Lambert & Butler, Davidoff, Gauloises Blondes, Gitanes Blondes and JPS cigarettes said price increases and a strong performance from fine-cut tobacco more than offset a challenging economic environment, and said its investment priority is to build its position in growth markets such as Eastern Europe, Africa, the Middle East and Asia.

    Strong Sales Lift Imperial Tobacco's Results

  • The laird's thick brows rose slightly, and a smile curved the fine-cut lips.

    Sick Cycle Carousel

  • I accepted the offer, jumping with joy, and on the way home I had a pipe of fresh, fine-cut plug every evening.

    The South Pole~ At the Pole

  • The truly privileged ones are probably attired in military fur-lined overcoats and fur caps from home, but the majority go about in civilian blouses and jackets and trousers, the most unfortunate in the same blue fine-cut suits in which they arrived, trusting that they would soon be changing into uniform.

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  • What jeweler has flashing gems like your eyes, fine-cut diamonds which millennia have chiseled, sparkling like Orion?

    Sjoerd Spanninga [Jan Dijkstra]

  • She took out a small silver spoon and used two scoops, snorting the fine-cut coke.

    Deadly Intent

  • Unsealing the four packages, and carefully filling the Stamboul pipe with some fine-cut, reddish-yellow Turkish tobacco, I applied

    Youth

  • I stood behind her as she looked at the beautiful young man with the fine-cut face between hat and cravat.

    Fall On Your Knees

  • The thin, fine-cut features were bronzed and healthy; he gave no outward sign of having been trampled five months before by thirty quarter-ton beasts.

    Dragonfly in Amber

  • Even later "- the fine-cut lips lifted in a slight smile -" when my legs first gave way; she'd come and go, all about Leoch, and stop each morning and night in my chamber, to tell me who she'd seen and what they'd said.

    Dragonfly in Amber

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