Definition of Cut to ribbons
1. Verb. Defeat totally. "We must cut the other team to ribbons!"
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Literary usage of Cut to ribbons
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1894)
"But it ought to be made perfectly clear that landed estates are not to be cut to ribbons without the owners receiving substantial compensation. ..."
2. The United Service Magazine by Arthur William Alsager Pollock (1837)
"... with every stick standing; I don't come towing into port without a topsail ; or my mainsail cut to ribbons, like other people that I could name. ..."
3. The Mikado's Empire by William Elliot Griffis (1906)
"... the driver wounded, and the sides of the carriage pierced and cut to ribbons with spear-points and sword-blades. Iwakura, wounded in two places, ..."