• Marked by irregular projections and indentations on the edge or surface.
  • Having a rough or harsh quality.
  • Having notches or teeth, or ragged edges; cleft; divided; laciniate: as, <em>jagged</em> leaves.
  • Cut into jags, as sleeves and other parts of a garment; cut at the edge with leaf-like serrations: a fashion of garments common in the early part of the fifteenth century. See <internalXref urlencoded="dag">dag</internalXref>
  • In <em>heraldry</em>, shown with broken and irregular outlines, as if torn from something else: said of any bearing.
  • Having jags; having rough, sharp notches, protuberances, or teeth; cleft; laciniate; divided.
  • <xref>Unevenly</xref> <xref>cut</xref>; having the texture of something so cut.
  • Having a <xref>rough</xref> quality.
  • Of an <xref>array</xref>, having a different <xref>cardinality</xref> in each <xref>dimension</xref>, such that a representation on paper would appear uneven.
  • Simple past tense and past participle of <xref>jag</xref>.
  • having a sharply uneven surface or outline
  • having an irregularly notched or toothed margin as though gnawed
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