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Definition of Overcut
1. to cut too much [v -CUT, -CUTTING, -CUTS]
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Overcut
Literary usage of Overcut
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
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. ..."