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Definition of "cuttie" [cuttie]

  • Short for a cutback. (noun)
  • A t-shirt that has had the sleeves removed. (noun)
  • Alternative spelling of cutty. Someone or something common and short or small. (noun)
  • A hare. (noun)
  • The Black Guillemot. (noun)

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Use "cuttie" in a sentence
  • "Of course, if you argue on behalf of the cuttie, you almost have to do the same for other non-sportfish species like the humpback chub and pike minnow ... all natives ... all pressured to the brink by human manipulation of the environment."
  • "Truthfully, I'd trade 100 20-inch tailwater rainbows for just one 10-inch greenback cuttie."
  • "The message A got fae him wis jist as ye see 't: nae salutation at the stairt, nae signature at the end, jist twa-three cuttie lines o naistiness."