"They're worse than plays, the most o' them," was the Wife's cut-in.
But Lucy, being a man of energy, soon rigged a jury-mast out of its wreck, and set to work to cut-in his whales.
A cut-in head is set in a panel, with or without rule, after the second or third line of the first paragraph.
Just after we started to cut-in a boat appeared alongside with six Maories and half-breeds on board.
But instead of commencing at once to cut-in, Captain Count gave orders to pile on all sail and keep her away up the Straits.
This is only a sort of 'cut-in' effect, anyhow—a preliminary to the grand performance that is to come later.
With this wiring layout, any number of batteries from one to ten may be cut-in by means of the switches.
The right to share something: We've each got a cut-in on the profits (1931+)