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saw-edged

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Definition of saw-edged in English:

adjective

With a jagged edge like a saw: diving ducks with distinctive narrow saw-edged bills
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  • It rained that evening, a steady drizzle which hung in curtains and divided the forest into overlapping planes of far off greyness and saw-edged nearness.
  • They find a few recruits who own saw-edged bayonets.

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