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Cutting in is a process, in dancing, by which a person interrupts two dance partners and claims the partner of one. As traditionally portrayed in Hollywood films, men are more likely to cut in than women.
- WALES AT AMERICAN DANCE.; " Cut In " Like Other Officers -- Treated as Army Captain., The New York Times, January 14, 1919
- Money dance, a dance in which cutting in is expected
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