vertical cut

plumb cut, ridge cut

A cut in a vertical plane, as the cut on a rafter where it butts vertically against a ridgeboard.
References in classic literature ?
And then the gleaming point of Norman of Torn flashed, lightning-like, in his victim's face, and above the right eye of Peter of Colfax was a thin vertical cut from which the red blood had barely started to ooze ere another swift move of that master sword hand placed a fellow to parallel the first.
lt;B Vertical cut marks on the lower spine suggest the body was cut in half, while the cut mark to the neck vertebra (top) is a classic sign of beheading
Vertical cut marks to the lower spine suggest the body was cut in half, while the cut mark to the neck vertebra (right) is a classic sign of beheading.
According to the principle of environment management all the slopes steeper than 1:3 ratio (1 ft vertical cut and 3 ft horizontal) should be strictly maintained under perennial virgin forests.
Firstly Nurse is expecting to become a father again around that time and, secondly, he has a vertical cut above his right eye, towards the top of his nose, which needs to repair properly.
The research will see half of patients endure a conventional sternotomy - a large, vertical cut which opens up the chest bone and allows a surgeon to repair the heart valve.
Spread the pattern vertical cut edges 3/4", allowing the cap sections to rotate downward as needed.
Novel, sharp vertical cut lines separate the bumper from the front wings and provide a distinctive treatment of the front corners, giving the impression of massive front air scoops.
The blade and engine travel together down a track to make a vertical cut in the log.
First you make a vertical cut down to the backbone, just behind the pectoral (side) fin.