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Definition of "wire-cutter" [wire-cutter]

  • A form of nippers with sharp edges or blades, for cutting wire. (noun)

The Century Dictionary (Public Domain)

Use "wire-cutter" in a sentence
  • "THE LOWDOWN Maintaining its reputation as an innovator in the category, Leatherman debuts removable wire-cutter blades (additional inserts sold separately) and its strongest pliers yet with the 300."
  • "It stood out for one simple but powerful reason: Of all the winners, it alone included a built-in wire-cutter that sliced the dough more cleanly than a knife."
  • "But my tool set for working on the car is a 384 piece box set and not a bag of multi-tools where parts of the screw driver are missing, the plier turns into a sloppy wire-cutter and what not!"