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serrated

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishserratedser‧rat‧ed /səˈreɪtəd, se-/ adjective [usually before noun]  SHARPhaving a sharp edge made of a row of connected points like teeth Use a knife with a serrated edge.see thesaurus at sharp
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serratedHandsome, serrated and undulating bronze-green translucent foliage.Lastly the serrated blade of the sickle required no sharpening: it would last for a whole harvest without attention.A glimmer of silver as moonlight snagged on the serrated blade.I pull out a ten-inch hunting knife with a serrated blade.The firm then experimented by making one side of the cutting knives with serrated edges, leaving the other smooth-edged.Cut into three layers using a serrated knife.These were serrated, short in the middle and with a point on each side.serrated edgeThis spine has a serrated edge and can inflict painful wounds.The leaf, with a faintly serrated edge, has a distinct brownish-green or dark brown midrib.The firm then experimented by making one side of the cutting knives with serrated edges, leaving the other smooth-edged.The flouncy fish gets particularly huffy about serrated edges, which tear rather than slice through its delicate flesh.
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