(third-person singular simple present tocuts, present participle tocutting, simple past and past participle tocut)
- 1578, H. Lyte tr. R. Dodoens Niewe Herball ii. xcvi. 277:
- His leaues be ashe colour, and all to cut.
- 1609, P. Holland tr. A. Marcellinus Rom. Hist. xxv. iii. 264:
- Out went our light armed companies,..and all to cut and hacked them.
From Middle English to-kutten, *tocutten, equivalent to to- (“apart”) + cut.