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Adjective: clear-cut  'kleer'kút
  1. Clearly or sharply defined to the mind
    "clear-cut evidence of tampering";
    - distinct, trenchant
  2. Having had all the trees removed at one time
    "clear-cut hillsides are subject to erosion"
  3. Distinct to the senses; easily perceptible
    "a clear-cut pattern";
    - clear, clean-cut
Verb: clear-cut (clear-cutted,clear-cutting)  'kleer'kút
  1. Remove all the trees at one time
    "clear-cut an acre of forest"

Derived forms: clear-cutting, clear-cuts

See also: clear, cleared, distinct

Type of: clear

Encyclopedia: Clear-cut