from The Century Dictionary.
- noun Specifically, a machine driven by power, either electrically or by compressed air, for mining or quarrying, by which an undercut or channel below the ore-body can be made.
- noun A skilled woodsman who chops the undercut in trees so that they shall fall in the proper direction.
- noun One who undercuts, or a tool or machine used in undercutting.
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- noun One who, or that which,
- noun A type of
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Suits made by hand on Savile Row can take eight to 10 weeks to make and involve multiple workers: a cutter; an undercutter; a coatmaker; a trousermaker; a vestmaker; a coat finisher; a trouser finisher; a presser; "and someone to sew buttons on," said
I operated a switch undercutter, imagine a chainsaw blade laid on its side that's ten feet long.
I also recently ran into Donnie Seale at a charity game with the "Harlem Rockets"; you'll recall he was a NC school-boy star (one of many who thought I was a dirty undercutter and slow-footed menace) and NC State player who also torched Carolina well in one specifically memorable game.