serrated knives are the disposable ballpoint pen of the knife world.
Scalloped edges are gentler than serrated edges and leave a cleaner cut.
The Superstar was the 1969 Adidas sneaker which featured the rubber toe cap and the iconic three serrated stripes along the side.
serrated bread knives can be found for less than $20 at your local restaurant supply store.
It feels like an innocuous moment, it should be an innocuous moment, but such moments are like serrated precipices.
Bones of lamb should be small; end of bone in leg of lamb should be serrated; flesh pink, and fat white.
The serrated form of the gills will attract attention at once.
In the Census Report, 1891, the division Karukku-mattai (petiole of the palmyra leaf with serrated edges) was returned.
A curved bill-hook, with serrated edge, is the instrument used.
To his right a serrated rock structure extended up over the backbone of the ridge.
1703, past participle adjective based on Latin serratus (see serrate (adj.)). Serrating "sawing" attested from 1590s, but serrate as a transitive verb not attested before 1750 according to OED.
serrate ser·rate (sěr'āt') or ser·rat·ed (-ā'tĭd)
Having or forming a row of small, sharp, projections resembling the teeth of a saw.
Having a saw-toothed edge or margin notched with toothlike projections.