Definition of Recutting

1. Verb. (present participle of recut) ¹



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Definition of Recutting

1. recut [v] - See also: recut

Lexicographical Neighbors of Recutting

recusals
recusancies
recusancy
recusant
recusants
recusation
recusations
recusative
recuse
recused
recuses
recusing
recussion
recut
recuts
recutting
recyclability
recyclable
recyclables
recyclate
recycle
recycle bin
recycle bins
recycled
recycler
recyclers
recycles
recycling
recycling bin
recycling plant

Literary usage of Recutting

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Railroad Shop Practice: Method and Tools by Frank Arthur Stanley (1921)
"Recutting MILLS IN THE TOOLROOM Cutters of this type after they have been ... Figure 265 shows the method of recutting the mill which is practically the ..."

2. Gems by Helen Barlett Bridgman (1916)
"It weighed, after recutting, 79^6 karats. The Eugenie is a fine brilliant of unknown origin, presented by Catherine II. to her favorite, the despicable ..."

3. Penny Cyclopaedia of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge by Charles Knight (1840)
"A get of engraved plates for a table-service commonly costs 130/. or 150/.; and will, with proper care, print 2000* dozen services before it wants recutting ..."

4. Diamonds: A Study of the Factors that Govern Their Value by Frank Bertram Wade (1916)
"... IV REPAIRING AND Recutting AND THEIR EFFECTS ON THE VALUE OF SOME DIAMONDS "They are square and pointed of their own kind, both above and beneath, ..."

5. Practical Blacksmithing by Milton T. Richardson (1891)
"By IAC Recutting and Tempering Dies. PLAN I. The best plan of recutting and ... For recutting and tempering old dies, my advice is J heat the dies a light ..."

6. Shop and Foundry Practice: Prepared for Students of the International by International Correspondence Schools (1901)
"Recut, or Recutting.—The working over of old or worn-out files by the several processes of annealing, grinding out the old teeth, recutting, hardening, ..."

7. The Encyclopædia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences and General by Thomas Spencer Baynes, Day Otis Kellogg, William Robertson Smith (1897)
"The returns of the census in 1890 showed that there were, in New York, sixteen firms engaged in cutting and recutting diamonds, and in Massachusetts, three. ..."

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