saw-toothed

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ADJECTIVE
  1. notched like a saw with teeth pointing toward the apex
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How To Use saw-toothed In A Sentence

  • The Poisson is a discrete distribution — i.e. only defined for integer values — which means that its CDF should be jagged saw-toothed. New Holland and Webster Paper « Climate Audit
  • He turned slowly and Norit turned, until they saw the tower again, set against the red, saw-toothed upthrust of the Qarain. HAMMERFALL
  • They were clad in brilliantly-painted cloths, and the soldiers were armed with the saw-toothed war-club, the bow and arrows barbed and poisoned with the juice of the euphorbium, the cutlass, the “sima,” a long sabre (also with saw-like teeth), and some small battle-axes. Five Weeks in a Balloon
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  • They were clad in brilliantly-painted cloths, and the soldiers were armed with the saw-toothed war-club, the bow and arrows barbed and poisoned with the juice of the euphorbium, the cutlass, the “sima,” a long sabre (also with saw-like teeth), and some small battle-axes. Five Weeks in a Balloon
  • In the course of a few days after his arrival he made a kind of cogged or saw-toothed type, the object of which I understood was to regulate the interruptions of the electric current, so as to enable him to make dots, and regulate the length of marks or spaces on the paper upon which the information transmitted by his telegraph was to be recorded. Letters and Journals 02]
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