1. Serrated, indented, or crumpled leaf-like enrichment with waving indented frond-like (or raffled) edges. Raffling is applied to the notched edges of carved foliage in architectural ornament, e.g. the acanthus-leaf.
2. Asymmetrically disposed curving flowing scrolling serrated foliage arranged in ogee and C forms, characteristic of Rococo decorations, especially round frames or cartouches.
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