- not cut.
- not shortened or condensed; unabridged: an uncut version of the play.
- in the original form; neither reduced in size nor given shape, as a diamond.
- not diluted or mixed with other substances: uncut heroin.
- Bookbinding. untrimmed(def 2).
- Slang. not circumcised.
Origin of uncut
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Examples from the Web for uncut
And they were all viewing the uncut version, too—the one not in theaters—because of postman Guy.Kevin Smith's Marijuanaissance: On 'Tusk,' 'Falling Out' with Ben Affleck, and 20 Years of 'Clerks'
September 9, 2014
But he broke it to discuss the uncut version of Nymphomaniac at the Venice Film Festival (kind of).Lars von Trier Breaks His Vow of Silence to Discuss ‘Nymphomaniac’ in Venice
September 1, 2014
I don't know where [US Uncut] will go, but it at least puts another discussion on the table.
But conservatives still welcome US Uncut to the political arena.
US Uncut shares the Tea Party movement's affection for street theater, albeit with a more urbane, ironic sensibility.
When just ready to boil, put in the herbs, cut or uncut; and when ready again to boil, lade it to and fro to prevent its boiling.
But the Federal range was too long, and the fuses of many shells were uncut.The Long Roll
For these reasons the amateur will do well to have new books of price bound “uncut.”
Under the head of “large paper,” perhaps “uncut copies” should be mentioned.
A bear has appeared here and is eating the uncut corn of the peasants.Chatterbox, 1906
- (of a book) not having the edges of its pages trimmed or slit
- (of a gemstone) not cut and faceted
- not abridged or shortened
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Word Origin and History for uncut
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