Etymology
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erose (adj.)

of a leaf, an insect wing, etc., "with indented edges that appear as if gnawed," 1793, from Latin erosus, past participle of erodere "gnaw away" (see erode).

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Definitions of erose

erose (adj.)
having an irregularly notched or toothed margin as though gnawed;
Synonyms: jagged / jaggy / notched / toothed
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