serration

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The state of being serrated
A set of teeth or notches
One of the teeth in a serrated or serrate edge
the condition of being serrated; "the serrations of a city skyline
{i} jagged edge which resembles a saw; one notch or tooth within a jagged edge; quality of having a jagged edge
a row of notches; "the pliers had serrations to improve the grip"
a single notch in a row of notches; "one of the serrations was broken off" a row of notches; "the pliers had serrations to improve the grip" the condition of being serrated; "the serrations of a city skyline
Condition of being serrate; formation in the shape of a saw
the condition of being serrated; "the serrations of a city skyline"
a single notch in a row of notches; "one of the serrations was broken off"
One of the teeth in a serrate or serrulate margin
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To make serrate
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{a} jagged like a saw, having teeth
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with teeth
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A leaf margin with sharp teeth pointing forward, like a saw
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Notched on the edge, like a saw
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(of margins) Toothed, like a saw
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with a toothed edge sessile without a stalk
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Saw-toothed with the teeth angled toward the apex, sharp teeth
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(Sair-rate): with teeth along the edge; saw-like
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Toothed along the margin with sharp, forward-pointing teeth
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Having tooth-like projections pointed away from the petiole
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{f} make serrated, cause to be notched
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having sharp teeth pointing forward; saw-toothed margin
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usually used for a leaf-margin: saw-toothed with the teeth pointing forward
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Saw-toothed, with the teeth pointing toward the apex
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{s} having a jagged edge, having a notched edge like the teeth of a saw
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make saw-toothed or jag the edge of; "serrate the edges of the teeth" notched like a saw with teeth pointing toward the apex
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Beset with teeth pointing forwards or upwards; as, serrate leaves
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A type of leaf margin which has sharp teeth that are angled forward towards the apex of the leaf blade Compare "entire"
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make saw-toothed or jag the edge of; "serrate the edges of the teeth"
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The condition where the margins of a leaf (or leaflet) have small jagged projections; examples include the leaves of Hackberry A doubly serrated leaf has fine serrations that occur on the edges of larger serrations; an example is the leaf of American Elm A leaf (or leaflet) that has smooth margins is called "entire", such as in Pawpaw
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Having tooth-like projections on one side, as in a saw
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notched like a saw with teeth pointing toward the apex
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Toothed with the teeth pointing away from the stem or base
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Leaves with toothed, saw-like margins
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Fine, sharp teeth that point upward or forward along the leaf margin
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