[ ɹˈe͡ɪzəbˈakt], [ ɹˈeɪzəbˈakt], [ ɹ_ˈeɪ_z_ə_b_ˈa_k_t]
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How to use "Razor-backed" in context?
If there was one type of paper that was epitomized by the word "cheap", it would be the razor-backed paper. These papers are made from low-quality wood pulp and typically have a low quality surface. The paper is also tapered at one end, making it easy for the blade of a razor to cut through it. razor-backed papers were typically used for writing and were in short supply in the 18th century. They were inexpensive and were used to produce bills, receipts, legal documents, and other important papers.
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