Sorry, no definitions found.
“No animal is there that possesses both tusks and horns, nor yet do either of these structures exist in any animal possessed of ‘saw-teeth’.”
“Paul watched the skilful man with the closest interest, shuddering to see how near his hands passed and repassed to the merciless saw-teeth as he sent a ceaseless shower of parts of horns rattling into their respective boxes.”
“In it the fibre is picked from the seed by means of saw-teeth projecting through slits in the side of the chamber in which the seed-cotton is placed.”
“Then, suddenly, the speed was slowing and the ship glided downward, down into the saw-teeth of the mountains.”
“If you have seen the chart of the lakes prepared by the Hydrographic Survey you will find that they go up and down like saw-teeth; a record has been kept for a long time of the levels of the lakes, and they are always going up and down; there is a range of five or six feet between low water and high water, seldom more than that.”
“We are now at the bottom between two of the saw-teeth; and the question arises whether the water is lower than it has been before.”
“It had saw-teeth at its thin knife-like outer circumference.”
“The following is a fugitive note which was reproduced photographically in the “Century” article: ” “Mr. Vail, in his work on the Telegraph, at p. 32, intimates that the saw-teeth type for letters, as he has described them in the diagram”
“It whipped out from the mountains, all tore into strips coming through the saw-teeth, lashing us off the glare ice and driving us up against the river banks among the willows.”
“The power of old-time volcanoes made all of that land, and those sharp saw-teeth, pointing toward the sky, are the destroyers of long ago, cold and dead now, but telling ominously of the power that lies hidden below.”
‘saw-teeth’ hasn't been added to any lists yet.
Looking for tweets for saw-teeth.