PRONUNCIATION: (DAY-zee kuht-uhr)

MEANING: noun:
1. In a ball game, a ball that moves close to the ground.
2. A horse that lifts its feet very little off the ground.
3. A bomb powerful enough to flatten a large area, such as a forest.

ETYMOLOGY: From daisy, from Old English dæges eage (day’s eye, referring to the flower closing at night) + cutter, from Middle English cutten. Earliest documented use: 1791.

DAISY CURTER - she says even less than Donald

DARSY CUTTER - That would be Elizabeth ignoring her eventual swain in the first three-quarters of Pride and Prejudice

DAISY BUTTER - stupid goat keeps charging at the flowers, trying to hit them with its horns