edged

[ ejd ]
/ ɛdʒd /

adjective

having an edge or edges (often used in combination): dull-edged; a two-edged sword.
sarcastic; cutting: an edged reply.

Origin of edged

First recorded in 1585–95; edge + -ed3

Definition for edged (2 of 2)

Origin of edge

before 1000; Middle English egge, Old English ecg; cognate with German Ecke corner; akin to Latin aciēs, Greek akís point

SYNONYMS FOR edge

1 rim, lip.

OTHER WORDS FROM edge

edge·less, adjectiveout·edge, verb (used with object), out·edged, out·edg·ing.un·der·edge, nounun·edge, verb (used with object), un·edged, un·edg·ing.

synonym study for edge

1. Edge, border, margin refer to a boundary. An edge is the boundary line of a surface or plane: the edge of a table. Border is the boundary of a surface or the strip adjacent to it, inside or out: a border of lace. Margin is a limited strip, generally unoccupied, at the extremity of an area: the margin of a page.
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British Dictionary definitions for edged

edge
/ (ɛdʒ) /

noun

verb

Derived forms of edge

edgeless, adjectiveedger, noun

Word Origin for edge

Old English ecg; related to Old Norse egg, Old High German ecka edge, Latin aciēs sharpness, Greek akis point
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Idioms and Phrases with edged

edge

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