serrated

[ ser-ey-tid, suh-rey- ]SEE DEFINITION OF serrated

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The sun was just peeping over the serrated tops of the mountains.

The serrated form of the gills will attract attention at once.

Beside it, a tall needle of rock, serrated and sharp, shot up.

Though of great size, it is of light structure, and serrated at the edges.

The opening was so low as to be invisible just outside the serrated breastwork.

A mouth that split the head in two, rows of teeth, serrated and pointed.

A curved bill-hook, with serrated edge, is the instrument used.

The horizon line of the primaries will be serrated, peaked, and jagged.

Part of the Blade of an Italian Dagger, serrated and pierced.

The snout of the saw-fish is another example of the serrated weapon.

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