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Definition of "cutty" [cut•ty]

  • Short, shortened, or small; curtailed. (adjective)
  • A short spoon. (noun)
  • A short tobacco pipe. (noun)
  • A wanton or unchaste woman. (noun)

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Use "cutty" in a sentence
  • "This was performed by the guilty person standing up before the congregation on a raised platform, called the cutty stool, and receiving a rebuke."
  • "'Shifty eyes' now produced a 'cutty' and suggested a smoke, which Sandie and I were thinking was the one thing left to complete our satisfaction."
  • "The good woman slowly produced a well-seasoned "cutty" pipe, and as she began to cut up a "fill" from a rank-smelling tobacco, replied: "Na, na, laddie, I've come in here for a smoke ma'sel.""