Definition of jaggedness in English:



See jagged

‘The letters are washed blunt glass which betray no jaggedness.’
  • ‘As one flew closer and closer to the station, one would see that the jaggedness of the sides was not irregularities in the edged, but rather docking stations.’
  • ‘For an anime, it looks lush and vibrant, but anyone watching this DVD on a high-end television may notice the jaggedness in the black lines.’
  • ‘Black levels are rich, colors are muted but hold their own against grain levels, and edges are sharp without degrading into jaggedness.’
  • ‘She cut herself slightly on the jaggedness of the glass, but she didn't care.’



/ˈjaɡədnəs/ /ˈdʒæɡədnəs/