noun, plural saw·teeth [saw-teeth] /ˈsɔˌtiθ/.
Origin of sawtooth
Examples from the Web for sawtooth
Some hairs will have a sawtooth effect, will look just like saw teeth do when you look at the blade of a saw.Warren Commission (4 of 26): Hearings Vol. IV (of 15)|The President's Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy
Behind them rose the snow-crested peaks of the Sawtooth Mountains, like frosted spires against an amber sky.Baldy of Nome|Esther Birdsall Darling
He did not believe that Lorraine had been to the Sawtooth, or that she had raved about anything.
They said the little ones aren't big enough to fight the Sawtooth, and they'd carry lead under their hides if they didn't leave.
It looked to Swan very much like a muddling of the Sawtooth affairs through over-anxiety to avoid trouble.