sawtooth

[ UK /sˈɔːtuːθ/ ]
NOUN
  1. a serration on a saw blade
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How To Use sawtooth In A Sentence

  • Variable frequency sawtooth waveforms are often utilized as an excitation signal in a digital musical synthesizer.
  • Any adhesive bonds that form during indentation will tend to break during tip retraction-as manifested in the form of single or multipeak sawtooth patterns.
  • The water's still surface perfectly mirrors the ragged spires of the aptly named Sawtooth Range stacked against the western horizon.
  • A small fraction, consistent with one or two molecules of tip retractions, show clear sawtooth patterns in force.
  • It is but a short hike through a white pine forest from the top of the ski resort chair to the broad expanse of this high bowl, ringed by sharp summits and sawtooth ridges.
  • Activities are arranged around a linear central hall, its sawtooth roof supported by slim, square section columns.
  • Mainly using keteleeria evelyniana mast, pittosporum brevicaly and sawtooth oak garden plant landscaping modes could be used in scenic forest green.
  • I ask you: better than the sawtooth Arrow Arrow where they come from?
  • The seam of the canopy and the weapon bay doors are sawtoothed and the vertical tails are canted at an angle.
  • Through the entranceway we glimpse a lifesize hologram of sawtooth ravines, razorback spurs and tree-serrated skylines.
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