Definition of 'cut and thrust'
Example sentences containing 'cut and thrust'
You have time to read the papers and keep your mind alert and the cut and thrust of business life gives you no time for self-pity.NOTHING TO WEAR AND NOWHERE TO HIDE: A COLLECTION OF SHORT STORIES
It was an odd political discussion: a cut and thrust of words for the sake of provoking and exploring.MOONDROP TO MURDER
Definition of cut and thrust from the Collins English Dictionary
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