- n. Plural form of serration.
“But it has now been shown that if the key is shifted a bit so that more of the individual "serrations" of the "key" match those of the "locks," the key will work perfectly well.”
“The serrations are not necessary, but they do come in handy for cutting rope and the like, especially when the blade is dull.”
“The serrations of this peeler lift the skin from many different points, so there is no one big source of pressure on the flesh of the fruit as there is with a regular straight peeler.”
“The lower teeth pin the prey whilst the upper teeth with their razor sharp serrations sever the flesh like a saw-blade.”
“Their stings, located on the tail, are sharp, with backward-pointing serrations and venom from mucous secretions at their bases.”
“It holds an edge pretty well and cuts through the brisket and pelvis with incredible ease due to serrations.”
“He rubs the tips of his fingers over the bared steel serrations.”
“I notice, to my delight, that unlike many similar products, it is not cinched shut by one of those slotted plastic discs that break the second time you use them, nor by those plastic tongue-into-hole devices with shark-tooth serrations, which can close but never open.”
“The angle of the stake and the serrations down its sides create a handy tool, but in its earlier galvanized form, it lacked strength, and the tool snapped.”
“The formsare not wholly abstract; the serrations of a shark's tooth design turnout to be tiny winged figures hauling each other through the clouds.”
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