Definition of Serrates
1. serrate [v] - See also: serrate
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Literary usage of Serrates
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Oriental Rugs by John Kimberly Mumford (1902)
"It is attached to almost every figure by way of finish; it serrates the borders of large geometrical shapes, and softens the contrast between two adjoining ..."
2. Oriental Rugs by John Kimberly Mumford (1902)
"... it serrates the borders of large geometrical shapes, and softens the contrast between two adjoining fields of color without making its hard self ..."
3. Melbourne, and the Chincha Islands: With Sketches of Lima, and a Voyage by George Washington Peck (1854)
"I was satisfied with a very cursory examination of the internal economy of Senor Serrates' kingdom. Towards the cliff, along the lee side of each island, ..."
4. The Photographic Journal of America: The Oldest Photography Magazine in America (1915)
"This automatically serrates the card owing to the corrugations, and with no additional trouble. TRIMMING PRINTS As a cutting board on which to lay prints ..."
5. The Modern Materia Medica: The Source, Chemical and Physical Properties (1912)
"... fresh fucus serrates. The article is used especially in the vomiting of pregnancy. Dose, 10 drops every two hours. ..."
6. Catalogue of Coleopterous Insects in the Collection of the British Museum by Adam White, Frederick Smith, C H Boheman (1847)
"... Serrates. Head, thorax, and antennae chestnut; the elytra of a paler colour: head and thorax deeply punctured; the basal joint of the antennae slightly ..."