clear-cut (Meaning)

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clear-cut (v)

remove all the trees at one time

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clear-cut (s)

clearly or sharply defined to the mind

having had all the trees removed at one time

clear and distinct to the senses; easily perceptible

Webster

clear-cut (a.)

Having a sharp, distinct outline, like that of a cameo.

Concisely and distinctly expressed.

Synonyms & Antonyms of clear-cut

clear-cut Sentence Examples

  1. The environmentalist argued against the clear-cutting of forests, citing its detrimental impact on biodiversity.
  2. The developer proposed a clear-cut plan for the construction of a new housing development in the area.
  3. The evidence presented was a clear-cut indication of the suspect's guilt in the case.
  4. The referee made a clear-cut decision, awarding the penalty kick to the opposing team.
  5. The company's policy on workplace harassment was clear-cut and strictly enforced.
  6. The mathematician provided a clear-cut solution to the complex equation, simplifying it for the students.
  7. The jury reached a clear-cut verdict after deliberating for only a few hours.
  8. The instructions for assembling the furniture were clear-cut and easy to follow.
  9. The coach implemented a clear-cut strategy for the team to secure victory in the championship game.
  10. The survey results provided a clear-cut picture of public opinion on the proposed legislation.

FAQs About the word clear-cut

remove all the trees at one time, clearly or sharply defined to the mind, having had all the trees removed at one time, clear and distinct to the senses; easily

obvious, clear, apparent, straightforward, evident, unmistakable, distinct, patent, tangible, visible

obscure, dark, incomprehensible, equivocal, enigmatic, dark, cryptic, mysterious,ambiguous, mysterious

The environmentalist argued against the clear-cutting of forests, citing its detrimental impact on biodiversity.

The developer proposed a clear-cut plan for the construction of a new housing development in the area.

The evidence presented was a clear-cut indication of the suspect's guilt in the case.

The referee made a clear-cut decision, awarding the penalty kick to the opposing team.