Definition of "new-cut" [new-cut]

  • An old game at cards, of which there is no extant description. (noun)

The Century Dictionary (Public Domain)

Use "new-cut" in a sentence
  • "And when Tarwater sold his holdings to the Bowdie interests for a sheer half-million and faced for California, he rode a mule over a new-cut trail, with convenient road houses along the way, clear to the steamboat landing at Fort Yukon."
  • "Silver weirs, new-cut grass, wave on the beach, hard gem"
  • "Seventy-something Reitherman would hop up from the desk as if he'd spent a couple of minutes day-dreaming and stroll out the door for home as fresh as a new-cut rose."