Definition of Cutoffs

1. Noun. (plural of cutoff) ¹



2. Noun. trousers (most often jeans) that have been shortened by cutting off part or most of the legs ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Cutoffs

1. cutoff [n] - See also: cutoff

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cutoffs

cutleaved coneflower
cutler
cutleries
cutlers
cutlery
cutlet
cutlets
cutline
cutlines
cutling
cutoff
cutoffs (current term)
cutose
cutout
cutouts
cutover
cutovers
cutpoint
cutpoints
cutproof
cutpurse
cutpurses
cutround
cutrounds
cuts bait

Literary usage of Cutoffs

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1. Pioneer Tales of the Oregon Trail and of Jefferson County by Charles Dawson (1912)
"cutoffs OF THE OREGON TRAIL. . . ., THE OKETO CUTOFF. In tracing the route used by the early travelers of the Oregon Trail, many short divergences are found ..."

2. Transactions of the International Engineering Congress, 1915 (1916)
"The most extensive system ever yet executed is that of the river Theiss in Hungary where 112 cutoffs reduced the original length of channel from 758 miles ..."

3. Comparison of Urinalysis Technologies for Drug Testing in Criminal Justice by Christy Visher (1991)
"The NIDA guidelines also include specific drug concentration levels and cutoffs that determine whether a urine specimen is to be declared positive or ..."

4. Drug Testing Guidelines And Practices For Juvenile Probation And Parole Agencies (1992)
"Commentary: Current data indicate that lowering the above cutoffs for cannabinoids will increase by less than 10 percent the number of positives identified. ..."

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