Definition of Scissored

1. Verb. (past of scissor) ¹



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Definition of Scissored

1. scissor [v] - See also: scissor

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Scissored

scissible
scissil
scissile
scissils
scission
scissions
scissiparity
scissor-tailed
scissor gait
scissor grip
scissor kick
scissor kicks
scissorbill
scissorbills
scissored (current term)
scissoring
scissorlike
scissors
scissors-shadow
scissors-tailed
scissors crossover
scissors grip
scissors hold
scissors kick
scissorsbill
scissorstail
scissorstails
scissortail
scissortailed flycatcher

Literary usage of Scissored

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1. The Eugene Field I Knew by Francis Wilson (1898)
"Field would send seductive advertisements of dealers from whom the book might be procured, having carefully scissored away the name of the city and street. ..."

2. Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the National Board of Trade by National Board of Trade (U.S.) (1876)
"He scissored some things out of the French insolvent laws; some things out of the excellent insolvent law of Massachusetts ; and he scissored something out ..."

3. The Fur Trade of America by Agnes Christina Laut (1921)
"If the prisoner is a lady, the tail is scissored in a ring and she is let go; and if any trapper sends through the mails, or tries to sell a pelt so ..."

4. The Fur Trade of America by Agnes Christina Laut (1921)
"Game wardens supervise the opening of the box traps. If the prisoner is a lady, the tail is scissored in a ring and she is let go; and if any trapper ..."

5. The American Historical Review by American historical association (1896)
"... and published by "Major Donkin," have puzzled not a little over page 190 (chapter on Arrows), from which, in every copy, a note has been scissored out. ..."

6. The American Journal of Psychology by Granville Stanley Hall, Edward Bradford Titchener (1899)
"Once when 17, and told to replace some trimmings she had scissored into 100 pieces from her hat because she did not like them, she was roused to higher ..."

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