Notched on the edge, like a saw.
Beset with teeth pointing forwards or upwards; as, serrate leaves.
containing sharply pointed teeth
Retouched along a cutting edge to form small saw-like teeth.
with teeth on the margin.
notched like a saw blade
With a jagged edge, like a bread knife. Leaves often have serrated edges.
having a toothed or notched edge
notched or grooved
notched like a saw with teeth pointing toward the apex
very sharp teeth having sawlike notches along the edges
toothed or notched like a saw
fine "teeth" are produced along the cutting edge of one or more of the blades because some materials and round objects tend to slip ahead of the cutting blades while being cut and need to be held by serrated edges.
Saw-toothed. Describes the configuration used on heat-sealing equipment for obtaining a crimp seal.
(seh-RAY-ted) Characterized by tiny notches, scallops or teeth, as with the cutting edge of a knife blade. Serrated knife blades are well suited for delicately sawing through breads and other foods without crushing them. They also are useful for quickly sawing through firm vegetables and meats.
having sharp teeth (refers to leave margins)
Saw-toothed or jagged.
Having a series of scallop-shaped notches along one side. A bread knife often has a serrated edge.
Finely and regularly-toothed, like the teeth of a saw, pertaining to leaves.
having a saw-like edge.
Edge bevel that has teeth cut into the blade. Click here for illustration
Zigzag or sawtooth ornament of Gothic origin; a form of notched dentil.
1. Having saw type notches along the edge. 2. Surface with ridges.
Serrated means having a jagged edge that is good for sawing. Serrated teeth are good for cutting through flesh.
Serrated leaves have a jagged edge.