edge in

verb

Definition of edge in 

transitive verb

: to work in : interpolate edged in a few remarks

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although she likes to profess journalistic impartiality when covering a story, she seldom refrains from edging in her personal observations

First Known Use of edge in

1683, in the meaning defined above

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