Definition of 'cut along'
Example sentences containing 'cut along'
He grasped the knife more tightly and, with a single slow movement, made a long, shallow cut along the top of the breast.COMPULSION A NASTY DOSE OF DEATH A MATTER OF CONSCIENCE
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