Cutting (noun)

  1. A piece cut off from something.
  2. A remark or remark made in a dismissive or critical way.

Origin:

Middle english: from cutten, frequentative of cut.

Examples:

  1. He took a cutting from the plant to propagate a new one.
  2. The butcher made a precise cutting of the roast.
  3. Her cutting comments about the party left many guests feeling insulted.
  4. The cutting edge technology has revolutionized the industry.
  5. The cutting wit of the comedian had the audience in stitches.
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