Escalloped
Escalloped \Es*cal"loped\, a. See {Escaloped}. [1913 Webster]

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  • palmate — (Roget s IV) modif. Syn. hand like, radial, jagged, scalloped, toothed, dentate, lobed, nicked, serrated, escalloped, digitate; see also irregular 4 , notched …   English dictionary for students

  • escallop — [ɪ skaləp, ɛ , skɒl ] noun 1》 variant spelling of escalope. 2》 another term for scallop (in sense 2). 3》 Heraldry a scallop shell as a charge. verb (escallops, escalloping, escalloped …   English new terms dictionary

  • palm|er — palm|er1 «PAH muhr, PAHL », noun, verb. –n. 1. a pilgrim returning from the Holy Land, bringing a palm branch as a token: »Here is a holy Palmer come, From Salem first, and last from Rome (Scott). 2. any pilgrim: »The escalloped shell…was adopted …   Useful english dictionary

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