cut is Accepted in TWL Scrabble Dictionary

cut Scrabble score: 5

Meaning of cut

  • to leave as hurriedly as possible; flee
  • to destroy, kill, or disable
  • to intercept
  • to play pranks; misbehave
  • to plan; arrange
  • the act of cutting
  • to strike and cause to fall
  • to stop doing something
  • to disinherit
  • to precede or go beyond considerations of; transcend
  • fitted for; capable of
  • to omit; delete; excise
  • to achieve or maintain a desired level of performance
  • to return to an earlier episode or event, as in the plot of a novel
  • to divide, sever, or penetrate with a sharp instrument
  • to shorten by cutting off the end
  • to oust and replace a rival; supplant
  • to sever; separate
  • to give a certain impression of oneself
  • to have, produce, or result in advantages as well as disadvantages
  • share
  • to interrupt
  • to harvest
  • to sever (to divide or cut into parts) [v CUTTING, -S]
  • to reduce the stature or importance of
  • to absent oneself from
  • to trim
  • to cut the anchor cable and set sail, as in an emergency
  • to leave suddenly
  • superior to
  • to shorten or reduce
  • to push oneself or a vehicle between others
  • to refrain from; stop
  • to move out of one's lane of traffic
  • to remake or reduce in size, as a garment
  • to ignore
  • to dilute
  • to reverse direction suddenly by moving in the diagonally opposite course
  • to stop suddenly; discontinue
  • to lessen; decrease
  • to distress mentally; injure
  • the result of cutting
  • to perform a spirited, brief, outlandish dance step, esp. as a result of euphoria
  • to lacerate; wound
  • to cut into pieces or sections
  • to halt the operation of; turn off
  • straight passage
  • to move or cross
  • to part an animal from a herd
  • to curtail or discontinue
  • to be effective or successful; satisfy a need
  • to shut off or shut out
  • (of an engine, machine, etc.) to stop running
  • reduction