Cookie-cutter meaning

A device for cutting flattened cookie dough into shapes before baking.
noun
0
0
Appearing to be mass-produced; identical in appearance.

Cookie-cutter tract housing in suburbia.

adjective
0
0
A piece of metal or plastic shaped in the outline of an animal, geometric figure, etc., used for cutting cookies from dough rolled out in a thin sheet.
noun
0
0
Of or designating something regarded as indistinguishable from, or monotonously similar to, others of its kind.
adjective
0
0
Of or pertaining to cookie cutters.
adjective
0
0
Advertisement
(idiomatic, often disparaging) Looking or seeming identical; created by some standard or common means; often with the implication that the result is common, boring, or not applicable to all needs.

The subdivision was nothing but row after row of cookie-cutter houses.

I don't think a cookie-cutter solution will work in all cases.

adjective
0
0
(US) A device used to cut flattened dough into shapes before baking.
noun
0
0

Origin of cookie-cutter