Examples of edgy in a Sentence
Too much coffee makes me edgy.
Why are you so edgy?
Their relationship has always been edgy.
one of the director's edgier films
Recent Examples of edgy from the Web
His edgy mohawk and roguish grin summarized Sega’s strategy: to appeal to the teenage crowd aging out of Nintendo’s family-friendly games.
For me, ‘badass’ isn’t about being edgy, or having tattoos, or being totally ripped. ... ‘
PARIS (AP) — Actress Gabrielle Union joined French actor Reda Kateb on the front row of the edgy Lanvin show at Paris Fashion Week.
And while his partner Havoc is better known as the architect of the Mobb Deep sound, Prodigy also contributed to what in retrospect was a distinctively edgy sonic identity.
Vice Media, known for its edgy video news clips aimed at millennials, raised $450 million from private equity group TPG.
Los Angeles (CNN)Macy Gray is known for her edgy, enigmatic voice and her soulful music about love and life, but in her 10th studio release, which will be out this summer, the Grammy-winning singer is getting political in a way she hasn't before.
Cut it like Beckham: Local men's hairstyles change every week to keep up with the soccer star's edgy and trendy haircuts.
Greg Holland’s edgy put-down with the bases loaded Friday in Chicago gave Colorado’s veteran closer a baseball-best 23rd save.
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First Known Use of edgy
EDGY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of edgy for English Language Learners
: nervous and tense
: having or showing a harsh or unkind quality
: new and unusual in a way that is likely to make some people uncomfortable
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