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adjective as in jagged

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To assemble the sandwiches, use a small serrated knife to split 4 biscuits in half across the equator.

She believes this was meant to help the portioning of the bread in a time when serrated knives for this purpose weren’t widely available.

Made in partnership with Chef Tom Colicchio, the co-founder of Gramercy Tavern, the Fishing Knife set features two knives, one serrated, one straight-edged, perfect for trimming line while at sea, or filleting your catch shoreside.

Staring down at rows upon rows of serrated crevasses that looked like giant blue teeth, it was hard to imagine the landscape as anything other than a barren wasteland of ice and rock.

They’re not recommended by most professionals, because they eat away a lot of the blade and can create uneven, almost serrated edges.

They are obtuse or somewhat acute, and have the edges crenate, or more or less distinctly serrate with sharp incurved teeth.

The beaks are well developed and finely serrate in all species.

This is generally done with an instrument of bone, cut something in the shape of a small adz, with a serrate edge.

His description is as follows: Leaves cordate, dentate-serrate, glabrous on both sides.

The cherries are trees of moderate size and shrubs, having smooth, serrate leaves and white flowers.


On this page you'll find 12 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to serrate, such as: notched, denticulate, erose, and toothed.

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