a.1.Cut sharply or definitely, or so as to make a clear, well-defined impression, as the lines of an engraved plate, and the like; clear-cut; hence, having great distinctness; well-defined; clear.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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In a few minutes the far bank, a mile away, unobtrusively came into view, and ahead and behind, the whole frozen river could be seen, with off to the left a wide-extending range of sharp-cut, snow-covered mountains.
In front of them, one of the highroads crawled up the steep hill and then dipped suddenly over its crest, sharp-cut with hedgerow and shaggy grass against the sky.
This latest Polo looks decidedly fashionable thanks to its front-end dual light display, high waistline and sharp-cut rear hatch.
He teamed a sharp-cut jacket with slashed-to-the-crotch denim skirt.
Other features include American walnut stock with high gloss finish, sharp-cut checkering on stock and forend and a rubber recoil pad.
Top British designer Alexander McQueen was one of the first to tailor denim and the high street was quick to follow suit, with stores such as New Look stocking sharp-cut denim suits at affordable prices.