Definitions for serratedˈsɛr eɪ tɪd, səˈreɪ-
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serrate, serrated, saw-toothed, toothed, notched(adj)
notched like a saw with teeth pointing toward the apex
That knife has a serrated blade.
Having a row of sharp or tooth-like projections.
Maple leaves have serrated edges.
Origin: From serratus, from serra.
notched on the edge, like a saw
beset with teeth pointing forwards or upwards; as, serrate leaves
Origin: [L. serratus, fr. serra a saw; perhaps akin to secare to cut, E. saw a cutting instrument. Cf. Sierra.]
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Genius sits in a glass house -- but in an unbreakable one --conceiving ideas. After giving birth, it falls into madness. Stretches out its hand through the window toward the first person happening by. The demon's claw rips, the iron fist grips. Before, you were a model, mocks the ironic voice between serrated teeth, for me, you are raw material to work on. I throw you against the glass wall, so that you remain stuck there, projected and stuck. (Then come the lovers of art and contemplate the bleeding work from outside. Then come the photographers. New art, it says in the newspaper the following day. The learned journals give it a name that ends in ism.)
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