Definitions

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  • v. Present participle of scallop.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. Fishing for scallops.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The act or industry of taking scallops.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Hubner also researches conventional wing shapes and the use of scalloping, which is the process of cutting away material along the trailing edge of the wing.

    The University of Alabama

  • Also, the scalloping is a little deeper and bigger frets.

    Modern Guitars Magazine

  • The scooped-out 'scalloping' on the top of the chassis - aimed at improving airflow - is more pronounced; there is an intricately detailed front wing; and a shark-fin engine cover similar to those appearing on a number of other cars.

    The Latest From www.inthenews.co.uk

  • Here you can stay at a luxury lodge, hike the Queen Charlotte track, kayak, fish, go scalloping, see all sorts of wildlife, including dolphins, penguins, rays and more.

    Meg Hemphill: A Tour of New Zealand Wine Country

  • Picking out a lovely black shift with scalloping around the neckline, she said: "I love this dress, I could wear this one with flats during the day and heels at night."

    Victoria Beckham woos New York with secondary line

  • The campuses are physically lovely — quiet havens of ornate stonework and columns, Gothic Revival archways, sweeping quads, and tidy Victorian scalloping.

    In the Basement of the Ivory Tower

  • In order to get rid of this curiosity which agitated her a little beyond her wont, she took refuge in her talents, and set about scalloping, with one layer of cotton after another, one of those embroideries of the

    Les Miserables

  • Even though I would love nothing more than the abolishment of CCCs, if anything can cut down on the crappy scalloping it is a step in the right direction.

    The Beginning of the End?

  • One of our favorites was 'scalloped' rutabagas, similiar to scalloping potatoes only, par-boiling the roots first as they take much longer to bake than potatoes.

    Growing winter vegetables

  • I think the scalloping comes from the batter puffing up unevenly around the edges, yes?

    lighter-than-air chocolate cake | smitten kitchen

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