Definition of corrugated
: having corrugations corrugated paper; also : made of corrugated material (such as cardboard) corrugated boxes
Recent Examples of corrugated from the Web
A full package would cost between $2,000 and $3,000 and include steel-lattice walls and a corrugated roof.
Lizz Kluger, an interior designer, took a small ranch home and gave it a modern-industrial makeover with wine country-inspired materials such as corrugated metal, wine barrel slats and rustic woods.
Like Bermuda's corrugated limestone rooftops—built by the earliest inhabitants to collect rainwater when faced with a dearth of fresh water sources—these circular gateways, called moongates, have become synonymous with Bermudian architecture.
In Austin, Texas, the city has already received 30 percent more corrugated cardboard than this time last year.
The property, owned by Giddens’ grandparents, has an empty one-story house and a shack made of corrugated metal sheets.
Inside his pen, zoo staff found a three-inch piece of corrugated iron rod and several small stones, according to the report.
At the right time of year, the plant's round, corrugated leaves are joined by white, pink, or purple flowers.
Construction crews have pounded corrugated steel walls, known as sheet piles, into the ground, as well as working to improve the drainage system in the area with larger pipes.
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First Known Use of corrugated
CORRUGATED Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of corrugated for English Language Learners
: having a wavy surface
CORRUGATED Defined for Kids
Definition of corrugated for Students
: having a wavy surface corrugated tin a corrugated roof
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