Thesaurus / serrate
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This elm leaf of mine has a 'serrate' edge with the teeth pointing forward like the teeth of a saw.

Ethel Morton's EnterpriseMabell S.C. Smith

Leaves obovate and lance-ovate, serrate, on slender spreading branches.

The leaves are opposite, elliptical, serrate, with short stalks.

Field and Woodland PlantsWilliam S. Furneaux

Along the whole shell arise three divergent, serrate ribs, which disappear towards the hemispherical, basal pole.

The serrate pines on my horizon are not the pickets of a great pen.

The Face of the FieldsDallas Lore Sharp

The leaves of this tree are simple, elliptical, and serrate; and the smaller branches often terminate in a spine.

Field and Woodland PlantsWilliam S. Furneaux

Small trees or shrubs with alternate, simple, deciduous, serrate leaves.

If not entire it may be toothed, serrate (sawlike), crenate or wavy.

Field and Woodland PlantsWilliam S. Furneaux

They may be serrate or crenate, doubly or singly divided, glandular or glandless.

The lanceolate-elliptic leaves are serrate, or the smaller ones toothed near the apex only.

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