from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A denticulated condition or character.
- noun A denticle, or projection on a denticulate margin; a small tooth, or set of small teeth or notches: frequently used in the plural.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun The state of being set with small notches or teeth.
- noun (Bot. & Zoöl.) A diminutive tooth; a denticle.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- noun The state of being set with small
- noun botany, zoology A small
tooth; a denticle.
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It has been thought that some of the buildings represented on the bas-reliefs have triangular denticulation in place of the battlements figured on the last page;  and there are, in fact, instances in the reliefs of walls denticulated like a palisade (see Fig. 38), but these must not, we think, be taken literally.
Their jawbones are generally arched forward toward the front, and are furnished with sharp horny plates, in which a fairly-marked denticulation or notching may sometimes be traced, as in the bills of birds of prey.
Kalany-ganga, close to Colombo, of which two were _Helastoma_, in shape approaching the Choetodon; two _Ophicephali_, one a _Silurus_, and one an _Anabas_, but the gills were without denticulation.
Kalanyganga, close to Colombo, of which two were _Helostoma_, in shape approaching the Chætodon; two _Ophiocephali_, one a _Silurus_, and one an _Anabas_, but the gills were without denticulation.