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scalloped

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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scallopedscal‧loped /ˈskɒləpt, ˈskæ- $ ˈskɑː-/ adjective  1 DECORATEif the edge of something is scalloped, it is made into a row of small curves2 DFCscalloped potatoes, corn etc have been baked in a cream or cheese sauce
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scallopedThey can be made even more attractive by the addition of frills or a scalloped heading.As it is drawn up, swags appear between the rows of rings, forming a scalloped hemline.a dress with a scalloped necklineFielding smoothed his back against the scalloped seat of the limousine, like a cat.
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