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  • 41edge — See abutting edge beaded edge feather edge feather edge leading edge trailing edge wiring an edge …

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  • 42edge — noun 1》 the outside limit of an object, area, or surface.     ↘an area next to a steep drop. 2》 the sharpened side of a blade. 3》 an intense or striking quality.     ↘a quality or factor which gives superiority over close rivals: his cars have… …

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  • 43edge — n 1. border, rim, margin, lip, fringe, periph ery, perimeter, skirt; circumference, circuit, compass, ambit, outline, frame; bound, limit, bourn, pale, extremity, outer limits, apogee; brink, brow, verge, brim. 2. cutting edge, knife edge, razor… …

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  • 44edge — See: HAVE AN EDGE ON, ON EDGE, SET ONE S TEETH ON EDGE, TAKE THE EDGE OFF, THE EDGE …

    Dictionary of American idioms

  • 45edge — See: HAVE AN EDGE ON, ON EDGE, SET ONE S TEETH ON EDGE, TAKE THE EDGE OFF, THE EDGE …

    Dictionary of American idioms

  • 46Edge 96.1 — Radio station name = The Edge 96.1 airdate = 1992 frequency = 96.1 MHz FM area = Sydney format = Top 40, Classic Hits owner = ARN slogan = Live Sexy website = [http://www.961.com.au/ www.961.com.au] The Edge 96.1 (call sign: 2ONE) is a music… …

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  • 47edge — See: have an edge on, on edge, set one s teeth on edge, take the edge off, the edge …

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  • 48edge —   Ka e, kapa, kihi, lihi, nīao, maka, nihi, kūkulu, hu a, pe a, ha i, kīkepa, muka e; kauhuhu, hanahanai (of a precipice, rare).    ♦ Water s edge, ae kai.    ♦ Edge of time units, especially of late night, pili.    ♦ Forest edge, pili lā au.… …

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  • 49Edge — Recorded as Edge, the dininutives Egget and Eggit, and the patronymic Edgeson and Edgson, this is an English surname. It was originally habitational and found with the prefixes atte as in William atte Egge recorded in the Worcester Rolls of 1327 …

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  • 50Edge — (Roget s Thesaurus) < N PARAG:Edge >N GRP: N 1 Sgm: N 1 edge edge verge brink brow brim margin border confine skirt rim flange side mouth Sgm: N 1 jaws …

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  • 51edge — 1. noun 1) the edge of the lake Syn: border, boundary, extremity, fringe, margin, side; lip, rim, brim, brink, verge; perimeter, circumference, periphery, limits, bounds …

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  • 52Edge FM — Radio station name = 102.1 The Edge slogan = Today s Best Music airdate = frequency = 102.1 Mhz FM area = Wangaratta format = Adult Contemporary owner = 102.1 The Edge is a radio station broadcasting in North Eastern Victoria and South Eastern… …

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  • 53edge — [OE] Edge is probably the main native English representative of the Indo European base *ak ‘be sharp or pointed’, which has contributed so many words to the language via Latin and Greek (such as acid, acrid, acute, acne, alacrity, and oxygen).… …

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  • 54edge — 1. noun 1) the edge of the lake Syn: border, boundary, extremity, fringe, margin, side, lip, rim, brim, brink, verge, perimeter 2) she had an edge in her voice Syn …

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  • 55edge — n. drunkenness; the early stage of intoxication from alcohol or drugs. (See also have an edge on.) □ She was beginning to show a little edge, but she obviously still could drive. □ The edge was starting, so Kelly slowed down her drinking …

    Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • 56edge — [OE] Edge is probably the main native English representative of the Indo European base *ak ‘be sharp or pointed’, which has contributed so many words to the language via Latin and Greek (such as acid, acrid, acute, acne, alacrity, and oxygen).… …

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  • 57Edge — adj. On the (cutting) edge, pushing the envelope, out of the mainstream, not the accepted norm I know you like underground bands, but they are way too edge for me …

    Dictionary of american slang

  • 58Edge — adj. On the (cutting) edge, pushing the envelope, out of the mainstream, not the accepted norm I know you like underground bands, but they are way too edge for me …

    Dictionary of american slang

  • 59edge on — adverb : edgeways : on an edge receive a blow edge on …

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  • 60edge on — {adv. phr.} Edgewise; with the narrow side forward. * /The board struck him edge on./ …

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