adjective, edg·i·er, edg·i·est.
Related formsedg·i·ly, adverbedg·i·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for edgier
He moved back home and opened a new bigger, better, and edgier salon.
In recent years, many Democrats have forgotten that earlier, edgier Barack Obama.Why Obama Has Gone on Political Offensive Against Romney Over Iran|Peter Beinart|September 25, 2012|DAILY BEAST
It makes her look younger and edgier and gives her a double dose of red-carpet personality.Rooney Mara, Michelle Williams, Kristen Wiig: 2012 Oscars’ Best, Worst, and Wilted|Robin Givhan|February 27, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Yes, the razzle-dazzle of commercial news is more exciting and the social networking of Internet-based technologies is edgier.
If you want funnier and edgier videos right now there is so much good stuff out there—Funny or Die and Crackle.