The cookie-cutter predictability of hyper-partisan talk radio talking points is provoking a backlash.
Eric Cantor was a noxious, cookie-cutter, U.S. Chamber, GOP hypocrite.
They just want a safe desk job and a decent salary and a cookie-cutter house in the suburbs.
Not your cookie-cutter cookbook, this will have you getting creative and not just following directions.
Gone, above all else, should be the cookie-cutter, "one recipe works everywhere" approach to foreign wars and interventions.
There is no cookie-cutter plan for social media; you have to find what appeals most to your specific audience.
Kelly, who began her career as a lawyer, is far from a cookie-cutter anchor.
The housing, largely, is in pop-up communities, “cookie-cutter things that are typical of suburbia,” says Zeitler.
(also cookie-cut) Identical and unoriginal; standardized; stereotyped: Each store is a cookie-cutter copy, laid out according to plans devised at the corporate headquarters/ I'd never want to read that kind of cookie-cut magazine