Definition of edger
: one that edges; especially : a tool used to trim the edge of a lawn along a sidewalk or curb
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But there are legions of women playing guitar — maybe Edgers just hasn’t been paying attention.
Lamantia said Rancho Cordova Little League suffered more serious losses in April when someone broke into its maintenance shed, taking mowers, weed cutters, edgers, and hand tools such as sockets and wrenches.
Along with the trailer, the thieves stole two walk-behind, 63-inch lawnmowers, a 42-inch Craftsman lawnmower, five regular Craftsman lawnmowers, seven weed trimmers, two backpack leaf blowers and two edgers.
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