wood·cut·ter / ˈwoŏdˌkətər/ • n. 1. a person who cuts down trees or branches, esp. for fuel.2. a person who makes woodcuts.DERIVATIVES: wood·cut·ting n.
wood·cut / ˈwoŏdˌkət/ • n. a print of a type made from a design cut in a block of wood, formerly widely used for illustrations in books. Compare with wood engraving. ∎ the technique of making such prints.