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edge

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1 a harsh or sharp quality

  • the teacherʼs voice had a sarcastic edge as she welcomed the tardy student to class
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2 the line or relatively narrow space that marks the outer limit of something

  • the design along the edge of the plate is badly worn
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4 the power to produce a desired result

  • the utter lack of enforcement provisions totally blunts the edge of the law
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5 an interval of time just before the onset of something

  • the nation's economy was on the edge of collapse when the Federal Reserve took exceptionally bold action
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edge

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1 to make sharp or sharper

  • if you edge the tip of that stick, it should be a fine skewer for roasting marshmallows
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2 to serve as a border for

  • pavement edging the flower bed
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