scalloped[ skol-uh p, skal- ]SEE DEFINITION OF scalloped
Synonyms for scalloped
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SCALLOPED
John dear, it was that scalloped fire which Gargoyle was staring at.
His broad fins are bored, and scalloped out like a lost sheep's ear!
The toes are long and not webbed, but bordered by a scalloped membrane.
Have you ever scalloped the edges of doilies with plain scallop?
All the courses of stone in the dome seem to have been scalloped at the edges.
She made a scalloped edge with red silk all around the white cloth.
Daffy—Daffy, here—where's my scalloped petticoat and under-sleeves?
I must go and ask her to make me some molasses cookies with scalloped edges.
Bannock and butter, sausages, flapjacks, and scalloped cakes.
Crenate, or Scalloped, when the teeth are broad and rounded; as in Fig. 144.