Definition of Offcuts

1. Noun. (plural of offcut) ¹



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Definition of Offcuts

1. offcut [n] - See also: offcut

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Offcuts

off your guard
offa
offal
offals
offbase
offbear
offbeat
offbeats
offboard
offcap
offcast
offcasts
offcome
offcomer
offcut
offcuts (current term)
offed
offence
offenceless
offences
offencive
offencively
offend
offendable
offendant
offended
offendedly
offendedness
offendee
offendees

Literary usage of Offcuts

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1. The Practice of Typography: Modern Methods of Book Composition by Theodore Low De Vinne (1904)
"This scheme, although not often used, may be needed for offcuts and long pages on a sheet of odd shape. 1 _ _8 5 — -4 : 3— -6 7 - -2 16 Eight pages for an ..."

2. The South Pole: An Account of the Norwegian Antarctic Expedition in the by Roald Amundsen (1913)
"... until great heaps of offcuts and hair lay about the floor; then the needle was produced, and seam after seam added to those there were already. ..."

3. A Dictionary of the Art of Printing by William Savage (1841)
"... and this in proportion to the deficiency in the back; the same will take place in the length in duodecimo, and in smaller sizes where there are offcuts, ..."

4. Churchwardens' Accounts of S. Edmund & S. Thomas, Sarum, 1443-1702: With by Henry James Fowle Swayne, Mary Amy Swayne Straton (1896)
"... Mr. Mayors order is C. Horton work ab' the leads 16s with 18 ft of old offcuts 3s in money 13s Mr. Barfoot at Michaelmas £i given at the Bishops Pallace ..."

5. Creating Wealth from Waste by Robin Murray (1999)
"Should the low quality of recyclables from a dirty MRF or an incinerator be put in the same class as clean offcuts from a paper factory? ..."

6. Economic Instruments for Tropical Forests: The Congo Basin Case by Alain Karsenty (2000)
"The use of offcuts to manufacture mouldings and other secondary products represents a related utilisation that does not come into the recovery rate as such, ..."

7. The Inform Designer's Manual by Graham Nelson (2001)
"... such a transcript: f Similarly, the published source code to 'Christminster' contains "offcuts" such as a pulley-and-rope puzzle in the clock tower. ..."

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