See also: clearcut and clear cut



clear-cut (comparative more clear-cut, superlative most clear-cut)

  1. Alternative spelling of clear cut
    • 1996, James Lambert, The Macquarie Book of Slang, Sydney: Macquarie Library, page v:
      The differences between slang, colloquialism and jargon are not clear-cut.
    • 2011, Tom Fordyce, Rugby World Cup 2011: England 12-19 France[1]:
      France were supposedly a team in pieces, beaten by Tonga just a week ago and with coach Marc Lievremont publicly berating his players, but so clear-cut was their victory that much of the atmosphere had been sucked from the contest long before the end.