jagged

[ jag-id ]SEE DEFINITION OF jagged

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR JAGGED

The joint is jagged in lamb, but smooth and round in mutton.

At the third jump his hat flew off, disclosing the jagged end of a two-by-four.

The bark is jagged by the slashes of venomous chassepot bullets.

He took off his hat, and showed her where the brim had a jagged tear half an inch deep.

The jagged recesses of the Mona valley were dark with shadow.

His eyes were small, quick, and watchful, beneath heavy and jagged brows.

My arms were cut from the jagged glassite, though I did not know it then.

They tossed a bomb at the creature, and blew a jagged hole in his back.

He pulled out the jagged splinter, and bound the wound with his handkerchief.

Premorse: as if bitten off: with a blunt or jagged termination.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR JAGGED

saw-toothed

adjectivewith teeth like a saw's
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