Definition of fine-cut in US English:

fine-cut

adjective

  • 1Cut with care or precision; (of stone) delicately chiselled.

  • 2Especially of tobacco: cut so as to be made fine; cut into small pieces.

  • 3Cut down to narrow limits; made very fine or small.

noun

  • Originally and chiefly US (A type of) fine-cut tobacco. Now somewhat rare.

Origin

Late 16th century; earliest use found in George Chapman (?1560–1634), poet and playwright. From fine + cut.

Pronunciation

fine-cut

/ˌfʌɪn ˈkʌt/