Examples of edging in a Sentence
the lace edging on the sleeves gives a blouse a pleasingly feminine look
Recent Examples of edging from the Web
The away shirts are a screeching bright green, white and black with trippy jagged edging on a chevron pattern that may just be the World Cup's shining Rorschach moment, along with an ode to the country's style and pop culture energy.
The away shirts are a screeching bright green, white and black with trippy jagged edging on a chevron pattern that may just be the World Cup’s shining Rorschach moment, along with an ode to the country’s style and pop culture energy.
Improvements were both cosmetic as well as improving the facility’s utilities and included compete exterior painting, brick edging and mulch as well as new LED lighting inside, a water heater, fridge, freezer, bar cooler and a slop sink.
Though Hosk finished her look with a pink lip and an edging of onyx liner, the in-step moment was ultimately all about the stylized, I-woke-up-like-this hair.
Its school buildings were tired — some edging into decrepitude.
The dense foliage is a glossy dark green and tops out at about 18 inches, forming a solid edging or groundcover.
McGrath applied holographic edgings along the jawline and forehead to mimic a bionic being; metallic coated lips topped with a reflective layering of geometrics served as the beauty mic drop of the season.
Tip: Mass them for the best effect or use as sidewalk edging.
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EDGING Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of edging for English Language Learners
: something that forms an edge or border
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