|jagged, serrated, notched||jaggy|
|(Computers) correction of jagged appearances in graphic objects by filling in the jagged areas with intermediate colors (like antialiasing)||oversampling|
|(Computers) process through which curved lines appear to have a jagged edge due to low-end graphics capabilities; creation of a false frequency when sampling audio data (caused by a low sampling rate)||aliasing|
|(in Computer Graphics) pictures received in an unclear form and that have jagged edges (in low-resolution computers)||jaggies|
|act of indenting, blank space left between a margin and the beginning of a printed or written line; act of indenting a document; groove; deep recess, niche; dent, notch, jagged edge, leaving space at beginning of line, notch or recess||indentation|
|begin line in from margin, certificate for interest on public debt, contract as apprentice, dent, draw up in duplicate, fit notched edges, form recess in, indenture, make a notch, make an incision; form a deep recess; create a dent in; leave a blank sp...||indent|
|binge, cut something unevenly, drunken state, jagged projection, make jagged or uneven, form sharp protruding parts, notch, period of intoxication, sharp protruding part on an edge or surface; binge, spree; intoxicated state, tear in clothing, zigzag||jag|
|built like a castle, indented or serrated like battlements, with battlements or serrated top edge, with castle or castles||castellated|
|catch on a jagged projection; tear on a sharp protruding part; catch, grab (Informal); be caught, become entangled, be obstructed, catch on a snag, clear of obstructions, get tangled, hole in fabric, sharp protruding point; tree branch or tree stump pa...||snag|
|coarsen, become rough; behave violently, difficult to travel over, frequented by unsavory people, harsh, severe; coarse, having a jagged or uneven surface; unrefined, raw, crude; approximate; undefined, unclear, in a rough manner; rudely, vulgarly; wit...||rough|
|condition of having tiny notches, notch on edge of something, state of being jagged like a saw, state of being serrated||serrulation|
|cut jaggedly, distress deeply, tear, mangle, rip; injure, hurt (emotionally or physically), torn, ripped, mangled; injured, damaged; jagged, with jagged edges||lacerate|
|cutting tooth of a saw; serration, nub, tooth, sawtooth, sawtoothed, serrated, having notches like the teeth of a saw, zigzag||sawtooth|
|decorate with curved notches; give serrated appearance||engrail|
|decorated with tooth-shaped blocks, serrated, having toothlike projections, with fine tooth-shaped projections||denticulate|
|deep jagged cut, something that wounds, tear, rough and jagged wound; act of roughly cutting or tearing||laceration|
|dented; grooved; notched; set in from the margin||indented|
|easily or efficiently, fairly, in a clean manner, in an unsoiled manner, in clean or tidy manner; neatly; fastidiously, in clean way, with clean habits, without jagged edges||cleanly|
|exhausted, not firm or regular, of varying quality, tattered, torn, worn; rough, having jagged edges, unkempt, wearing rags, with uneven edge or surface||ragged|
|finely notched edging, tiny notch||crenulation|
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