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cookie cutter

noun
1.
a device, usually of metal, for cutting shaped forms, as circles or stars, for cookies from dough that has been rolled flat.
Origin of cookie cutter
1900-1905
1900-05, Americanism

cookie-cutter

[koo k-ee-kuht-er] /ˈkʊk iˌkʌt ər/
adjective
1.
having the same configuration or look as many others of a given kind; identical:
rows of cookie-cutter houses.
2.
lacking individuality; stereotyped or formulaic:
a novel filled with cookie-cutter characters.
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cookie-cutter

noun
1.
a shape with a sharp edge for cutting individual biscuits from a sheet of dough
adjective
2.
resembling many others of the same kind: a row of cookie-cutter houses
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Slang definitions & phrases for cookie-cutter

cookie-cutter

modifier

(also cookie-cut) Identical and unoriginal; standardized; stereotyped: Each store is a cookie-cutter copy, laid out according to plans devised at the corporate headquarters/ I'd never want to read that kind of cookie-cut magazine

noun
  1. A police officer's badge; potsy, tin (1920s+ Circus)
  2. A weak and unenterprising person; cookie-pusher, wimp (1950s+)
  3. An inadequate weapon, esp a knife (1950s+)

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