Definition of Intercutting

1. Verb. (present participle of intercut) ¹



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Definition of Intercutting

1. intercut [v] - See also: intercut

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Intercutting

intercurrences
intercurrent
intercurrent disease
intercurrently
intercurrents
intercurring
intercurs
intercuspal
intercuspal position
intercuspation
intercusping
intercut
intercutaneomucous
intercutaneous
intercuts
intercutting (current term)
intercycle
intercycles
interdash
interday
interdealer
interdecadal
interdeferential
interdefinabilities
interdefinability
interdefinable
interdendrimer
interdendritic
interdenominational

Literary usage of Intercutting

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1. The Southern Planter (1852)
"... but ripened first where the guano was heaviest, and cured of a darker color, which I think was owing to intercutting, and the weather being colder. ..."

2. The Universal Preceptor: Being a General Grammar of Arts, Sciences, and ...by Richard Phillips by Richard Phillips (1820)
"... folien to the lot of the pupil t — How «tored will ln> hi« mind, with intercutting lib . ..."

3. The Complete Works of Thomas Dick, Ll.D.: Eleven Volumes in Two by Thomas Dick (1851)
"... five hundred millions are to overlook some of the grandest and most reckoned to Asia ; fifty-eight millions to intercutting objects of .astronomy. ..."

4. Stones for Building and Decoration by George Perkins Merrill (1908)
"But the whole operation of a clear cut is made simultaneously with the boring by means of an intercutting guide, which answers this purpose very well. ..."

5. Canada and the Canadians: In 1846 by Richard Henry Bonnycastle (1846)
"Such are the attractions to the general reader of these most intercutting records. The authority under which the publication appears, Is sufficient warranty ..."

6. Stones for Building and Decoration by George Perkins Merrill (1903)
"But the whole operation of a clear cut is made simultaneously with the boring by means of an intercutting guide, which answers this purpose very well. ..."

7. Curiosities of Literature: And, The Literary Character Illustrated by Isaac Disraeli, Rufus Wilmot Griswold (1857)
"... had lived jovially ; and had this historian then dropped fluently the intercutting circumstance of the king's ' spending his time in the Danish court« ..."

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