a skin wound caused by a thin sharp material, as paper
A loose paper sheet can be very thin, being then able to exert high levels of pressure, enough to give one a paper cut.
A double-digit loss to Santorum and Paul is like pouring Johnnie Walker Black on a paper cut.
Oil several sheets of paper cut to the size of your baking-pans.
Take a sheet of paper cut square, and fold it as shown by Fig. 1.
From this paper cut out the silk lining; allowing still more for turning in at the edges, on account of the silk ravelling.
How many reams of paper cut up into bills can circulate as money?
And enclosed in the letter was a piece of paper cut in zigzags.
To be courted with a fresh-nibbed pen, and paper cut sonnet-size, instead of by a live man, deserves rebuke.
The seaman once more felt in his pocket and took out a piece of paper cut from a chart.
Sometimes a pair of white gloves, or paper cut to the shape of gloves, was hung beneath the garland.
In the centre of the paper cut a hole half an inch in diameter; or, better still, a slice of bread may be placed on the glass.