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  • adj. comparative form of edgy: more edgy


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  • Bruno Frisoni also has his eponymous shoe label, which he describes as edgier and sexier, an outlet that affords him to let his imagination run wild.

    Blue Carreon: A Conversation With Shoe Designer Bruno Frisoni of Roger Vivier

  • Hicks 'brand of social commentary -- his routine, embedded below, includes barbs on aggressively mindless pop culture figures of the day, cultural attitudes about homosexuality, pro-lifers, and religious symbolism - must have seemed discomfiting so soon after Letterman lost The Tonight Show gig to Jay Leno, and an endless stream of commentary questioned if Letterman's "edgier" - by-comparison approach had a chance to succeed on CBS at the earlier hour.


  • Whether they feel that they are rushed into choosing the Crank directors or not, I think it's a good idea and we could end up with something a little darker and edgier, which is what


  • There's Disney's Snow and the Seven, which relocates the fairy-tale to 19th-century China and recasts the dwarves as Shaolin monks; Universal Pictures' Snow White and the Huntsman, where the young princess, no longer a damsel in distress, learns about weapons and how to wield them from the man sent to kill her; and there's the Brett Ratner-produced The Brothers Grimm: Snow White, which returns to the source material for what Ratner has called an "edgier" take on the tale.

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  • Sounds like a nightmare to me, but when Kenny Ortega was removed from this, he said whichever studio is making this wanted something "edgier" than the straight-up feel-good musical he had in mind.

    Archive 2009-11-01

  • My interpretation is that the earlier stuff probably had to be "edgier" in order to create a space, in a sense, for voices that hadn't been in the picture to be heard.

    TEXAS FAITH: Has the God-and-candidates connection gone too far? | RELIGION Blog |

  • Are they "edgier," less sentimental, and therefore, (evidently) more award-worthy?

    The other g-word

  • I have the greatest respect for YA lit; I'm just questioning its quest to go ever - "edgier," and, especially, older.

    Oh Grow Up, Pt 2

  • Along with the promised low fares, Ted aims to have a kind of JetBlue style, with "edgier" entertainment, better food and even its own beer.

    Meet Ted, United's Odd Little Friend

  • These new "edgier" costumes are simply reflections of pop culture, says Jackie MacDonald, a costume buyer for catalog giant Lillian Vernon.

    Eye Candy


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  • *snort!*

    July 25, 2008