What is another word for seamed?

Pronunciation: [sˈiːmd] (IPA)

The word "seamed" is frequently used to describe something that shows visible lines or creases. However, there are other synonyms that could be used to convey similar meanings. Some of these synonyms include "ridged," "furrowed," "grooved," and "crinkled." "Ridged" describes an object that has ridges or raised parts, while "furrowed" refers to a long, narrow groove or wrinkle. "Grooved" describes an object with long, narrow depressions or channels, and "crinkled" refers to something that has many small folds or wrinkles. These synonyms offer alternative ways to describe an object's unique texture or appearance.

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Usage examples for Seamed

This lump of land is cut up and seamed by valleys and broken by hills.
G. E. Mitton
For they were streaked and seamed and pitted with gold, such ore as she had never seen.
"The Desert Valley"
Jackson Gregory
When the bishop came from the vestry and walked down the aisle to his pew, his eyes fell upon the worn, seamed face of Bud's mother, the weary patient eyes in such odd contrast to the youthful turban with its smartly dancing flowers.
"Amarilly of Clothes-line Alley"
Belle K. Maniates

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