Definitions

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  • adverb In an edgy manner

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Examples

  • Lyndsey Turner's brisk, imaginative production is also very well acted by Anthony O'Donnell as the accused father, Colin Morgan as his edgily hysterical son and Adrian Schiller as an acquisitive shrink dreaming of translating his clients' misfortunes into the purchase of a Grand Cherokee jeep.

    Our Private Life – review

  • Magazine reading for Middles, though (moving the goalposts in from both coasts), is best defined by the literary output of staid airlines such as Southwest, Delta, and Continental (as opposed to the more edgily cosmopolitan JetBlue and Virgin).

    Class Dismissed

  • Magazine reading for Middles, though (moving the goalposts in from both coasts), is best defined by the literary output of staid airlines such as Southwest, Delta, and Continental (as opposed to the more edgily cosmopolitan JetBlue and Virgin).

    Class Dismissed

  • But black humor that was edgily appropriate in novels with adult protagonists is much more unsettling when employed to depict the misadventures of a young boy.

    "Exley," a new comic novel by Brock Clarke

  • Bill Shakes booked edgily at George, but George didn't notice "Big government project in the harbor," George said.

    I Don’t Understand ?

  • Marcus Sedgwick, whose cold-climate novel Revolver must surely have just missed the Carnegie medal, has set the edgily disturbing White Crow (Orion Children's Books £9.99) in a scorching summer on the crumbling Suffolk coast.

    Summer reading for teenagers: darkness, danger and charity shops

  • Ellen asked edgily, uncertain if she wanted to know that the tranquillity and certainty of her married life had been compromised before.

    The Home for Broken Hearts

  • “Hey—you could just ask,” Charles said edgily as, without warning, Janie lunged across him to grab the paper.

    The Night Of the Solstice

  • The question, of course, is whether a late-starting candidate with big ideas and an uncommon penchant for taking the time to explain them, a relatively small bankroll and a name so generally unknown that his literature and campaign pins feature pronunciation cues ( "/gae-gun/") really make a dent in the most aggressively and edgily political city in the country?

    Thomas Geoghegan Campaign. An Idea. A New Political Paradigm

  • I am one of the fortunate who can afford or at least edgily afford health care.

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