- Parent Category: Online Writing Lab
- Category: Grammar, Usage & Mechanics
- Written by Ashley Squires, Ph. D.
To do something hastily so as to save time or resources, usually with an outcome of inferior quality as a result.
Example: “As I was finishing my writing assignment, I was tempted to cut corners so that I could go out earlier, but I knew that this would only result in more work later.”
Materials from our March workshop are located here.
The files and samples distributed at our WCC Workshop in March are located here.