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Synonyms for chopped

prepared by cutting

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I told my Chief about it, and he said we must wait till they chopped a white man.
The voices of early evening had settled down to one soothing hum whose deepest note was the steady chumping of the bullocks above their chopped straw, and whose highest was the tinkle of a Bengali dancing-girl's sitar.
For the first three or four days we had fine weather, although the wind was dead ahead; having chopped round to the northward, immediately upon our losing sight of the coast.
Mother and I, however, have, fortunately, a great deal of PRACTICE, and we succeeded in making him understand that we wouldn't budge from Paris, and that we would rather be chopped into small pieces than cross that dreadful ocean again.
Wade took the long drive Martin, under his father's guidance, chopped down enough trees to build a little lean-to kitchen and make-shift stable.
One of the big trees had been partly chopped through, and standing beside it, with an uplifted axe in his hands, was a man made entirely of tin.
But the Tin Woodman set to work with his axe and chopped so well that soon he cleared a passage for the entire party.
Now in America that interesting tree would be chopped down or forgotten within the next five years, but it will be treasured here.
And you have the jointed sword that you chopped the veg'table Sorcerer in two with," the girl said to the little man.
So he went again to the forest, which was not far away, and chopped from a tree several pieces of wood with which to complete his work.
He had retained his purity and had chopped off his finger.
Here is the axe with which I chopped off my finger.
Daylight, with the ax, chopped chunks off the frozen sausage of beans.
And that same day the score of new recruits chopped off the two white men's head, killed the boat's crew, and burned the ketch.
The two combatants went to work afresh, and chopped away until the swords emitted a shower of sparks: to the great satisfaction of Mr Crummles, who appeared to consider this a very great point indeed.