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cookie cutter

1. noun A tool used to cut dough into shapes for cookies. I used a heart-shaped cookie cutter for these Valentine's cookies—aren't they adorable?
2. adjective Identical to other things. In this usage, the phrase is typically hyphenated. I want a unique house, not one of those cookie-cutter boxes that looks like every other one on the block.
See also: cookie, cutter
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Virginia Lowell's ONE DEAD COOKIE: A COOKIE CUTTER SHOP MYSTERY (9780425260692, $7.
These paper delights are easy to make using a cookie cutter as a pattern, and even small hands can participate.
Spray or wipe a cookie cutter with oil, and place it on a foil-covered cookie sheet.
Press a cookie cutter into the dough, then carefully lift it off.
A Cookie Cutter Historical Museum is located in Joplin, Mo.
For entrees, whip up open-face barbecued beef or chicken sandwiches, topping with a slice of cheese cut into a ghost shape with a cookie cutter.
Dip the cutting edge of a cookie cutter into white heavy body acrylic paint (sold at art stores in 4-oz.
A cookie cutter is a device used to maintain a consistent pattern of cookies cut from dough.
Use a cookie cutter to cut the animal (or other) shape into the bread.
Hot Wok, it turns out, is a no-frills storefront eatery in the NoHo district that has a cookie cutter menu, nothing Cambodian, and one much like most other small neighborhood Chinese cafes.
Streamline the cakes by using baking mix (Bisquick) and cut the rolled-out dough into star shapes with a cookie cutter.