Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Furnished with an edge; sharp; keen.
- Having a border or fringe of a different substance, color, etc., from that of the body, as a piece of cloth or a flower.
- In heraldry, same as fimbriated.
- v. Past tense of to edge.
- adj. referring to something that has a sharp planar surface
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Postpositional having a specified kind of border or edge.
- adj. Postpositional having a cutting edge or especially an edge or edges as specified; often used in combination. Opposit of
- adj. having a biting effect, implying criticism; -- used of words or language.
- adj. (of speech) harsh or hurtful in tone or character
- adj. having a cutting edge or especially an edge or edges as specified; often used in combination
- adj. having a specified kind of border or edge
“Gross margin edged up to 34.7% from 34.5% amid reduced theft and higher prices, more than offsetting higher freight costs and markdowns.”
“Gross margin edged up to 59.4% from 59.2%, mostly driven by prior cost cuts.”
“Gross margin edged down to 51.1% from 52.3% mostly on elevated trade promotions.”
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“The dupatta, meanwhile, a double-sided scarf or shawl, is made of fine, dusty rose muslin edged with silver-threadedgota, or ribbon.”
“Washington (CNN) – The National Republican Senatorial Committee again edged out the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee last month, while the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee kept up its winning streak in November - and Democratic campaign committees in the House and Senate both maintained their massive cash-on-hand advantage over their GOP counterparts.”
“While I own and use serrated pocketknives (they are very effective on seat belts), I think they are as popular as they are because factory sharp plain edged blades are too dull to cut as well as they should, and most knife carriers, never having even met a sharp knife, assume that their butter knife is as good as it gets.”
“But the Minutemen again edged ahead, and Forbes '3-pointer with 3: 50 left before halftime got the team's assistant coaches so animated the referees stopped to calm them down.”
“The captain edged the rig forward, adjusted the Jeep steering and made another approach.”
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Here I have in mind a list of words that could be spelled with only the letters A, B, C, D, E, F, and G--and thus could also be played as a tune on the piano.
Meant to be added to the word 'in' example 'burst in'
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