[kawr-uh-gey-shuh n, kor-]
Origin of corrugation
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Examples from the Web for corrugation
Nor can I imagine now what I may have meant by the "corrugation" on a dish.Mohave Pottery
Alfred L. Kroeber
It must be freely lubricated by ways leading to each collar or corrugation, and so situated that it is accessible for examination.
He perspired violently; the whole of his scalp twitched with the corrugation of his brows.Back o' the Moon
During this energetic action the whole fabric is kept in a state of corrugation, and to such extent is rigid.
Small cooking bowl, remarkable for corrugation representing the rising of the boiling waters of a flood.Illustrated Catalogue of the Collections Obtained
Word Origin and History for corrugation
1520s, from Latin *corrugationem, noun of action from past participle stem of corrugare (see corrugate).
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