зазубренный; пьяный; зубчатый; неровно оторванный
- The lambing had begun and the sheep's tousled fleece had been shorn to a jagged grey stubble.
- She watched as the jagged tears in the sky mended, cobbling themselves together in a uniform grey.
- The poems relate the Front's sulphurous claustrophobia and hellish din, in language that is often stark, jerky, sensuous: "Guns in action! /Spitting a tawny phlegm/Lightning's jagged tongue stinging the air."
- Gilly's voice was sharp like the jagged edge of a tin-can top.
- At one corner, a large chunk had been knocked out completely, leaving a nasty, jagged edge.
- He also studies various duff keyboards (Jagged Edge) meets Ms Bracco for frenzied sex at dead of tropical night (Body Heat).
- In front of him was a mound of concrete blocks, dust, jagged glass and twisted metal.
- When glass shatters it leaves jagged edges.
- Sam had a sudden vision of a piece of paper scissored across with jagged strokes."
- Jagged Edge , Betrayed and Music Box are all about characters whose loved ones may or may not be slimeball murderers.
- All through the night it continued, and all through the night thunder boomed and lightning ripped across the sky in jagged white flashes.
- Breaking the top of the bend will leave a jagged projection to gently chisel out, after plugging the soil pipe with paper or rag, to prevent particles going down the pipe and possibly blocking the drain.
- The high jagged north coast of Cornwall, Devon and Somerset rises to meet pounding surf and gales.