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corrugated in Shapes, patterns topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcorrugatedcor‧ru‧gated /ˈkɒrəɡeɪtɪd $ ˈkɔː-, ˈkɑː-/ adjective  CFin the shape of waves or folds, or made like this in order to give something strength corrugated cardboard
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corrugatedMany species have a finely folded margin, crumpled like corrugated cardboard.The simplest substitute is corrugated cardboard.The local army base, a corrugated fortress with a spindly camera tower, is pressed right up against a primary school.I fancied that except for a few corrugated iron roofs it still looked the same as when he had been here.a shack with a corrugated metal roofOn the corrugated pewter there floated two boats.She saw again the severed vessels, sticking like corrugated pipes through the clotted blood.The walls were unbaked bricks, the roof corrugated sheets.It looked like a condemned storefront, planks of wood everywhere, but through the corrugated tin door was a party.