|sew edges together||oversew|
|(about paper) having rough edges, having a feathered edge like that of handmade paper||deckled|
|(Architecture) object which is flat and has curved edges; entranceway which has scalloped edges, many-lobed architectural shape||multifoil|
|(in Computer Graphics) pictures received in an unclear form and that have jagged edges (in low-resolution computers)||jaggies|
|a trademark for a small transparent plastic storage bag that is sealed by pressing together the specially prepared edges of the opening||Ziploc|
|add a small amount to, add alcohol to a drink, beat, braid on military uniforms, cord used to tie edges together, decorate with lace, delicate fabric with patterned holes, fasten using laces, intertwine, ornamental fabric made of interwoven threads, la...||lace|
|ambiguous, doing two things, having two cutting edges||double-edged|
|architectural ornamentation, brief elegant characterization of a scene or a person (in written, musical, or dramatic form); picture that fades at the edges without a defined border; decorative illustration in various places in a book (e.g. beginning or...||vignette|
|become involute, complex, involved, complex; having a spiral shape; curled inward from the edges (Botany), rolling inward, tightly whorled, type of curve||involute|
|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|
|border, forming of an edge, something which forms an edge (as in a border, fringe, frill, decoration, etc.), used to form edges||edging|
|close a wound, close a wound or incision using sutures (Medicine), immovable joint, line at point of juncture, line on seed pod or fruit, material for surgical stitching, seam, surgical joining of two edges of a wound or incision; stitch used to close ...||suture|
|consisting of overlapping tiles, covered with overlapping sections; having overlapping edges (like roof tiles or scales), overlap or be overlapping, overlapping like roof tiles, partially cover, overlap like roof tiles||imbricate|
|crenature, rounded protrusion, scalloped edge or surface, series of notches on the outer edges of a leaf or shell, shrinkage of red blood cells||crenation|
|cut jaggedly, distress deeply, tear, mangle, rip; injure, hurt (emotionally or physically), torn, ripped, mangled; injured, damaged; jagged, with jagged edges||lacerate|
|cutting; trimming of the edges of a picture in graphics programs (Computers)||cropping|
|decorative effect on food, decorative twisted cord, hoses, tubing; system of pipes, plumbing; whistling, chirping; cord-like trimming sewn along the edges of seams, pipes collectively, shrill noise, shrilly pitched, skill of playing musical pipe, sound...||piping|
|device joined to another device through a direct connection (Computers), near; next; adjoining, neighboring, sharing edges||adjacent|
|done with the arm over the shoulder; stitched with vertical stitches over two edges||overhanded|
|done with the arm over the shoulder; stitched with vertical stitches over two edges, made with hand raised over shoulder, overarm, sewn on top of seam, something performed overhand, stitching from above; movement with the arm above the shoulder, with h...||overhand|
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