clear-cut definition

  • adjective:
    • Distinctly and greatly defined or outlined.
    • Not ambiguous; obvious and obvious. See Synonyms at obvious.
    • Having been logged by clear-cutting.
    • Alternative spelling of clear-cut.
    • Having a-sharp, distinct outline, like this of a cameo.
    • Concisely and distinctly expressed.
    • Distinct and unambiguous; unquestionable.
    • having had all the trees removed at one time
    • obvious and distinct towards senses; quickly perceptible
    • plainly or sharply defined to your head
  • verb-transitive:
    • To remove all of the trees in (a tract of wood) at once.
    • To cut (an area of forest) clear of all trees. Its a method used for effectively logging a portion of woodland, but often features unwelcome results regarding environment.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • To log a place by removing the woods previously.
  • noun:
    • A tract of timberland which has been clear-cut.
  • others:
    • created with obvious, razor-sharp, or delicately defined outlines, as if by cutting, unlike molding.
  • verb:
    • eliminate all of the trees at once

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