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Synonyms for rippled

uneven by virtue of having wrinkles or waves

shaken into waves or undulations as by wind

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Ripple marks outside the test area did not show essential differences and the obtained data evidently give a reliable overview of the rippled surface in the quarry.
Visible defects on the surface of a molded part appear as dull, glossy, or hazy areas, or as a rippled surface, called orange peel.
Tell students that (1) faith that stock prices would always rise led to a stock collapse; (2) seemingly unrelated economic events rippled out to disrupt the lives of those far away.
There were highly regular little wiggles that rippled over hundreds of kilometers in a very specific pattern," Marouf said.
To make such adjustable color sources, he and Andreas Stemmer, both of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich, have invented a novel diffraction grating--a rippled surface that separates white light into component colors, each of which travels away from the grating at a slightly different angle.