[ US /ˈskɑɫəpt/ ]
[ UK /skˈæləpd/ ]
  1. having a margin with rounded scallops
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How To Use scalloped In A Sentence

  • The main course was going to be a roast duck, served with cranberry stuffing and scalloped potatoes.
  • After our eyes adjust, we find the walls to be a gorgeous translucent blue, the surface scalloped into smooth, symmetrical wavelets.
  • Over scalloped potatoes and roast beef, Gabriella's favourite meal, Elaine's mother asked, ‘So, James, what do you do for a living?’
  • Some of the things Margaret made for breakfast she made for lunch or supper, too, such as frizzled beef, and scalloped eggs and omelettes. A Little Cook Book for a Little Girl
  • It was narcissism at its peak, but there was relevance to the German designer's strict tailoring, with peaked shoulders and scalloped hems giving jackets a feminine edge.
  • However, the side of scalloped potatoes was creamy and excellent and there was a generous portion of steamed vegetables (broccoli, cauliflower, beans, shredded carrots, peas) that made it feel like a holiday dinner.
  • Part of the Bandora family, the Orpharion is a smaller wire-strung instrument with a similar scalloped body shape.
  • Dishes labeled deep-fried, pan-fried, basted, batter-dipped, breaded, creamy, crispy, scalloped, Alfredo, au gratin or in cream sauce are usually high in calories, unhealthy fats or sodium.
  • In a very sad ending to the tale the prime veal calf found himself escalloped Viennese style. Archive 2007-04-22
  • It does not rest on the stone table: the foremost scalloped edge of the platform dips below the straight edge of the table, and the base of the platform is not rendered visible.
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