cuttingly cuttingly


  • (adv) in an intentionally unkind way


  1. To her critics, she says cuttingly, "The kind of people who are in law enforcement for the excitement are very much opposed to what I'm trying to do.
  2. Actually, said Chavez cuttingly, Budenz had led a life of "bawdy personal excesses," had three children by his present wife before marrying her in 1945, and had been arrested 21 .
  3. Angrily, Mike Pearson rose to his friend's defense and said cuttingly to Diefenbaker: "I do not believe in guilt by innuendo or insinuation.
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