Definitions

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  • adjective having a white border

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Examples

  • I sat on a rock on our local beach watching the pure white-edged waves slip nearer on the advancing tide.

    Country diary: The Burren, Ireland

  • Flag description: red with a white-edged black diagonal band from the upper hoist side to the lower fly side

    Trinidad and Tobago

  • Flag description: light blue with a horizontal white-edged black stripe in the center

    Botswana

  • Botswanalight blue with a horizontal white-edged black stripe in the center

    Flag description

  • Oddly, half of the plant grew solid green leaves and the other half grew the white-edged ones...

    Random Notes

  • Trinidad and Tobagored with a white-edged black diagonal band from the upper hoist side to the lower fly side

    Flag description

  • If Jeremy had only left his visit to the loo half an hour later, he might have seen his mother, standing under Dorleston Manor's mock-medieval wooden chandelier, which hung from its roof down into the hall and was now decked with mistletoe, kissing a white-bearded gentleman dressed in white-edged red robes -- kissing him gingerly, it must be said, so as not to raise clouds of dust that might ruin her makeup.

    Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine

  • If Jeremy had only left his visit to the loo half an hour later, he might have seen his mother, standing under Dorleston Manor's mock-medieval wooden chandelier, which hung from its roof down into the hall and was now decked with mistletoe, kissing a white-bearded gentleman dressed in white-edged red robes -- kissing him gingerly, it must be said, so as not to raise clouds of dust that might ruin her makeup.

    Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine

  • Heaps of rounded boulders, and the crumbling white-edged mounds which, in these regions, always denote old habitations, run down the right bank of the Wady el-Khandakí to its junction with the Dámah.

    The Land of Midian

  • He stood flat-footed in the center of the room, slightly hunched, his nostrils white-edged, his hands balling and unballing by his sides.

    Dave Robicheaux Ebook Boxed Set

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