Definition of Overcut

1. Verb. (transitive) To cut excessively. ¹



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Definition of Overcut

1. to cut too much [v -CUT, -CUTTING, -CUTS]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Overcut

overcrowdedness
overcrowding
overcrowds
overcrows
overcultivate
overcultivated
overcultivation
overcunning
overcup oak
overcure
overcured
overcures
overcuring
overcurious
overcuriously
overcut (current term)
overcute
overcuteness
overcuts
overcutting
overdamp
overdamped
overdamping
overdamps
overdare
overdared
overdares
overdaring
overdate
overdated

Literary usage of Overcut

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1. Quarterly of the Oregon Historical Society: June 1925, Volume Xxvi, Number 2 by Oregon Historical Society (1908)
"... nor is the number of woman members noted out of disrespect ; it was to show where and by what class the overcut of timber was most noticed. ..."

2. Horgan's Half-tone and Photomechanical Processes by Stephen Henry Horgan (1913)
"RESTORING AN " overcut " NEGATIVE. It will often happen that an operator has " overcut" a negative in one spot and does not want to throw the negative away. ..."

3. Pamphlets on Forest Policy (1911)
"... amount of a sale together with a small overcut does not exceed $100 the overcut should be accounted for as an excess cutting on the original contract. ..."

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