Definitions for serratedˈsɛr eɪ tɪd, səˈreɪ-

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

ser•rat•edˈsɛr eɪ tɪd, səˈreɪ-(adj.)

  1. having a notched edge or sawlike teeth, esp. for cutting; serrate.

Origin of serrated:

1695–1705

Princeton's WordNet

  1. serrate, serrated, saw-toothed, toothed, notched(adj)

    notched like a saw with teeth pointing toward the apex

Wiktionary

  1. serrated(Adjective)

    saw-like.

    That knife has a serrated blade.

  2. serrated(Adjective)

    Having a row of sharp or tooth-like projections.

    Maple leaves have serrated edges.

  3. Origin: From serratus, from serra.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Serrated(adj)

    notched on the edge, like a saw

  2. Serrated(adj)

    beset with teeth pointing forwards or upwards; as, serrate leaves

Anagrams of serrated

  1. dearrest

  2. treaders

  3. arrested

  4. retreads


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