Definition of fluted in English:

fluted

adjective

  • Having flutes or grooves; ridged.

    ‘fluted pillars’
    • ‘For the barrel, Weatherby has contracted John Krieger to produce fluted, button-rifled pipes in stainless steel.’
    • ‘The fluted seed cups then precisely meter the desired amount of seed.’
    • ‘The brown, fluted seeds are found inside a round spongy fruit that grows in clusters on the bush.’
    • ‘Cut brik dough into six rounds using a 2-inch diameter fluted cutter.’
    • ‘The chocolate dipped shortbread should have been piped with a fluted nozzle.’
    • ‘At the site mainly stone points were found, finely chipped and fluted.’
    • ‘The first models had the tumblers built into the case of the lock, which had a round fluted key.’
    • ‘She wore a red robe, flowing in closely fluted lines from under a fancifully embroidered cloak.’
    • ‘Everywhere there are stone pillars, some fluted, some twisted, some many-sided.’
    • ‘Grown in cooler, shaded areas of the garden, it has firm pointed heads with fluted, yellowish-green leaves.’
    • ‘Using a fluted cutter, cut between the filling mounds to make the ravioli.’
    • ‘About 11,500 years ago in North America, people started using fluted stone points for hunting.’
    • ‘To the left an aven with beautifully fluted walls soars up at least 30 metres.’
    • ‘Check the drill manual to determine the proper fluted feed opening required for your particular cover crop seed.’
    • ‘He also described finding a section of fluted glass from the lounge door underneath the coffee table.’
    • ‘Cut each mark about 1/2-inch into the fluted edge.’
    • ‘The main house boasts stout, fluted columns.’
    • ‘The white fluted marble 70-foot high tower is located on the north end of Belle Isle in the Detroit River.’
    • ‘This came in a small ovenproof dish served on a rectangular shaped fluted plate.’
    • ‘A deep, radially fluted central cavity divides the mediolateral plates.’

Pronunciation

fluted

/ˈfluːtɪd/