Having had shirt sleeves or pantlegs shortened by cutting material from the end.(adjective)
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Use "cut-off" in a sentence
"The bayou once served as a shortcut, known as a cut-off, from the Mississippi River south to the Gulf, but was dammed shut in 1904."
"She cut-off business in the House so that she, and 21other "true politicians", could fly to Copenhagen, at enormous cost to the taxpayer and to the atmosphere, for a 24 hour visit to meetings in which she took no part."
"Since these animals will declare anything a PEC, any temporal breach will suffice as an excuse to cut-off benefits."