Adjective "Serrated" definition and examples

Pronunciation

/səˈreɪtɪd/

Definitions and examples

adjective

Having or denoting a jagged edge; sawlike.
  1. 'We can only imagine what these serrated blades and shards of glass could do to the human body.'
  2. 'The stout bill is conical, with serrated edges in some species.'
  3. 'If you have a dull serrated edge knife, which doesn't happen often, it is best to take it to a professional knife sharpener.'
  4. 'It's a ceramic sharpener that's capable of touching up even serrated edges.'
  5. 'Guilty pleas were also entered to driving while disqualified and without insurance and possession of a lock knife with a three-inch serrated blade.'
  6. 'When she surfaced, something brushed across her arm, a yellow heart-shaped leaf with serrated edges.'
  7. 'Several times there came a harsh cry from hordes of goblin throats as they came charging out of the woods waving wicked looking black iron swords with serrated edges.'
  8. 'The light shone off the silver blade, and Claire could see her distorted reflection above the serrated edge of the knife.'
  9. 'Above, the serrated edge of the granite ridge cuts through the cobalt sky.'
  10. 'Glossy coats of enamel paint bead up on the panels' edges, creating subtly serrated perimeters.'

Definitions

1. having a notched edge or sawlike teeth, especially for cutting; serrate: the serrated blade of a bread knife.

2. serrate.

More examples(as adjective)

"edges can be serrated."

"blades can be serrated."

"knives can be serrated."

"jaws can be serrated."

"teeth can be serrated."

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