cut dead

see cut one dead.

Words Nearby cut dead

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How to use cut dead in a sentence

  • Why should she have been there talking to the very man whom she had a week ago cut dead in the village?

    The Imaginary Marriage | Henry St. John Cooper
  • Rarely will a beaver cut dead wood, and only in emergencies will he cut a pine or a spruce.

    Watched by Wild Animals | Enos A. Mills
  • It cut dead at the heart of his ambition; it would be a shock as great as the discovery of Countess Ellenburg's ambitions.

    Sophy of Kravonia | Anthony Hope
  • Anyone who's capable of bringing this disgrace upon us deserves to be sent to Coventry, and cut dead!

  • When a man's been cut dead during the whole term, he can't be looked on as one of the house very well.

    The White Feather | P. G. Wodehouse