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notched

adjective as in nicked

adjective as in having toothed edge

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He covered a wooden panel with notches, each one to represent a life lost to covid-19, and then splashed the surface with oceanic blue.

It’ll be probably a notch cooler than Thursday, with highs around 50.

Though the feature had been roughly mapped in the 19th century, Tharp noticed a notch near the top of the ridge in each of the profiles.

Other erosion mitigation strategies allowed in the bill include drainage systems, erosion resistant landscaping and notch infills.

If you don’t want to mess around with potential irritants but want to kick your bathwater up a notch, try Epsom salts.

But by showing their rockets can hit all of Israel, Hamas has already notched a victory.

Tea Partiers running against incumbents notched some other moral victories too in races that flew under the radar.

Caterpillar notched record profits in 2012 and then in early 2013 bludgeoned its unions into accepting a six-year wage freeze.

In 2012, the U.S. notched a record $50 billion trade surplus in tourism.

The company has notched annual losses several years in a row.

The notches for him then counted twenty-three years, and number one he notched for me.

The knives and forks had white and black horn handles, with notched blades, and broken prongs.

After the month was over the men began to pick up heart, and they notched off the days on the beams with much enjoyment.

The poor beast has no ears left and his mane is all notched like an old broken comb; but Roger loves him.

This and the peculiar notched or cleft teeth seem to point to an hereditary taint.

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On this page you'll find 21 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to notched, such as: jagged, rough, serrate, serrated, and saw-toothed.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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