deckle-edged

deckle-edged

[dek-uhl-ejd]
adjective
having a deckle edge: deckle-edged paper for stationery.

Origin:
1885–90

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deckle edge
 
n
1.  the rough edge of handmade paper, caused by pulp seeping between the mould and the deckle: often left as ornamentation in fine books and writing papers
2.  a trimmed edge imitating this
 
'deckle-'edged
 
adj

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