An example of a scallop is a food that comes on a seafood combination platter.
An example of a scallop is a curved design on the edge of a tablecloth.
- One worn formerly as a badge by pilgrims returning from the Holy Land.
- One, or a dish shaped like one, in which fish or other food is baked and served.
An example of scallop is to use a net to catch scallops.
An example of scallop is to carve a carved design into a treasure chest.
An example of scallop is to make sliced potatoes in a mushroom sauce.
Origin of scallop
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
- From Old French escalope (“shell").