About and about the walls she went, peering up at their ragged edge, at the huge crumbling towers, at the storks on steep roofs.
Don't, I beg of you, live on the ragged edge of your nerve force.
Have a piece of waste wood put on the under side to prevent the burr, or ragged edge, left by the sawing.
Yes, when Elizabeth's lookin' at her she's right on the ragged edge of tears.
This character may be metaphorically described by the statement that nature as perceived always has a ragged edge.
If that wasn't enough, Jason was on the ragged edge of exhaustion.
This sentiment, from one of his yachting songs, smoothed the ragged edge of his feelings.
If, however, the solder is too cold, a ragged edge will result.
The woman stopped crying, and looked up appealingly, while she wiped her eyes on the ragged edge of the blanket.
I know how it feels to be on the ragged edge,—been there myself.