engrail definition

  • verb:
    • to make an edging or edge; to operate in curved or indented outlines.
    • To form an edging or border; to perform in curved or indented outlines.
    • to make an edging or border; to run in curved or indented outlines.
  • verb-transitive:
    • To variegate or spot, just like hail.
    • To indent with tiny curves. See Engrailed.
    • To variegate or spot, just like hail.
    • To indent with little curves. See Engrailed.
    • To variegate or spot, much like hail.
    • To indent with little curves. See Engrailed.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • to make an edging or edge; to run in curved or indented outlines.
    • To form an edging or border; to perform in curved or indented outlines.
    • To form an edging or border; to run in curved or indented lines.
  • others:
    • To variegate; place, much like hail.
    • To make serrate; offer an indented outline to.
    • to create an edging or border; run-in a waving or indented range.
    • To variegate; place, as with hail.
    • In order to make serrate; offer an indented overview to.
    • To form an edging or edge; run in a waving or indented line.
    • To variegate; place, much like hail.
    • To make serrate; give an indented outline to.
    • to create an edging or border; run-in a waving or indented line.

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