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adjective as in jagged

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Using a serrated knife, slice off about 1 to 1½ inches of the petals to create a flat top.

Using a serrated or chef’s knife, cut the stem off the artichoke flush with the base so that the vegetable can stand upright.

A small serrated spoon makes quick work of separating out the individual segments as you eat.

Using a serrated knife, cut it evenly into about 12 to 15 buns.

It feels like an innocuous moment, it should be an innocuous moment, but such moments are like serrated precipices.

The Superstar was the 1969 Adidas sneaker which featured the rubber toe cap and the iconic three serrated stripes along the side.

Still, wagging a tail is a far sight better than cutting one off with a rusty serrated knife.

You can get a decent serrated bread knife from a restaurant-supply store for less than $20.

Serrated knives are the disposable ballpoint pen of the knife world.

Our insect bears a remarkable similarity to a Surinam Buprestis, with serrated elytra.

To the left a black serrated crest was hanging in the sky incredibly.

The shield of the Marquis bore, in reference to his title, a serrated and rocky mountain.

In the distance inland the view was bounded by a serrated line of mountain peaks.

Between each two balls a luminous serrated body extended, and at the last a blaze issued, which terminated in a point.


On this page you'll find 24 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to serrated, such as: indented, notched, ragged, scored, serrate, and denticulate.

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