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Definition of cutter



  • a person who cuts themselves in a way not intended to kill, usually out of depression or other psychological pain.
    Wow, I didn't know she was a cutter.
    She really can't deal with the world around her, so she became a cutter.

    Last edited on Jun 11 2015. Submitted by Mark P. from Windsor, ON, Canada on May 20 2004.

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