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  • adj. Having a ledge or ledges.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Furnished with or consisting of a ledge or ledges; shaped like a ledge; of the character of a ledge.


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ledge +‎ -ed


  • At General Motors Co., executives have openly acknow ledged they hope GM's battery-powered Chevrolet Volt, due out later this year, will have a "Prius effect" on the company.

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  • Most of the tracks are located in and around the limestone-ledged Paluxy River, best seen when the water levels were low, as they would be in the fall when we went.

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  • Over millions of years the river has progressively cut its way into the rock, and the cliffs that now wall the valley are ledged and terraced at different heights by the old beds of the river.

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  • Finance Minister Yoshihiko Noda acknow ledged over the weekend that coordinated intervention, in which other major central banks would sell the yen alongside the Bank of Japan, would be "difficult" to implement.

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  • Jeronymo! how generously has he acknow-ledged since, the part his friend at that time acted!

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  • There Allenby and Dawnay told me the British were marched and fought nearly to a standstill, in the ledged and precipitous hills, shell-torn and bullet-spattered, amid which they wrestled with the

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  • Straggling, haphazard little villages ledged on the slope, high up, beside their wet, green, hanging meadows, with pine trees behind and the valley bottom far below, and rocks right above, on both sides, seemed like little temporary squattings of outcast people.

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  • Yet there is, unseen, this overshadowed, overhung, sordid mountain population, ledged on the slopes and in the crevices.

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  • Along the summit grass grew and tall daisies stood ledged high, like magic, against the dark green of the tree-tops behind.

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  • LICENSING TELKOM'S NEW RIVAL Department of Communications director-general Andile Ngcaba insists that a fully-ledged second national operator will be licensed next year to rival Telkom as early as 2002.

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