Thesaurus / scalloped


When it is grated or sliced, it may be arranged between the layers of macaroni or other food used to make a scalloped dish.

Woman's Institute Library of Cookery, Vol. 2Woman's Institute of Domestic Arts and Sciences

The envelope contained a square of heavy cardboard of a creamy tint with scalloped edges touched with gold.

The Fortune HunterLouis Joseph Vance

Spinach is generally served on a flat dish, and scalloped all around with a knife.

The chicken salad gleamed at one end of the table and the scalloped oysters smoked delicious at the other.

The Imperialist(a.k.a. Mrs. Everard Cotes) Sara Jeannette Duncan

Its orifice is oval, with scalloped edges, and two feet by three in diameter.

Mantelot of grey cachmere, the sleeves à la Maintenon; the edges are all scalloped and trimmed with braid.

Have you ever scalloped the edges of doilies with plain scallop?

Afterwards came a shirt (fig. 222), also scalloped out round the neck, and drawn in at the waist by means of a long narrow band.

Primitive ManLouis Figuier

The tablet shown in Fig. 6 has already been described under "scalloped disks."

Daffy—Daffy, here—where's my scalloped petticoat and under-sleeves?

Rose ClarkFanny Fern

opposites of scalloped

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