Entry from British & World English dictionary
A fast off break.
- He surged in from the Paddington end, maintained discipline, tried nothing too fancy and utilised an off-cutter in the way that Fred Trueman did in his dotage.
- The stinging off-cutter was Walsh's trademark delivery.
- On the low, dusty dry pitches, normally graveyards for seamers, he persevered in the stifling heat bowling off-cutters and holding up one end.
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