- edg·ing·ly, adverb
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Instead of two full sheets of titanal, a perimeter frame of the alloy adds torsional power for edging and rebound, while strategic cutaways shave weight.Runners-Up Review: The Frontside Skis That Almost Made Our 2022 Winter Buyer’s Guide | agintzler | December 5, 2021 | Outside Online
Now the energy transfer and edging power are top-notch, but the pressure points are gone.
Elastic edging holds it close to the face, and a cozy flap of stretch-jersey fabric across the back of the neck blocks drafts.
It skis tough, thanks to a forged aluminum toe and stainless-steel heel pins, which offer maximal edging power in ski mode.
The cloths feature silk edging, which unlike inexpensive nylon edging is designed to prevent scratches.Rid any surface of spots and grime with the best microfiber cleaning cloths | Savannah Sher | October 4, 2021 | Popular-Science
In Iraq, Tehran was our silent partner, working to break an ISIS siege and edging out Maliki.How Iran Could Become Our Shadow Enemy in the Syria ISIS War | Jacob Siegel | September 16, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
They met five times with Mikan edging Kurland in games won, 3-2, and points scored, 77-64.Bob Kurland, the First Player to Dunk, Was a Pioneer for Big Men | Kevin Fixler | March 21, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
This is not something I talk about much, since people tend to start edging away, and certainly not anything to boast about.
While Gingrich remains a caustic conservative, he seems to be edging toward a big-tent philosophy.Newt Gingrich: Republicans Can’t Win Just By Beating Up Hillary Clinton | Howard Kurtz | March 26, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
In edging past that mark, the latest PMI suggests that Chinese factories are getting busier, but only just.
A moment later they were edging their way down the declivity of what once had been a railroad track, at last to veer.The White Desert | Courtney Ryley Cooper
Dedmon, and the lawyer—who hadn't spoken a single word in all the talk—were edging toward the door.The Wreckers | Francis Lynde
It looked as if he were edging out from under—or maybe he really believed that.Sense from Thought Divide | Mark Irvin Clifton
The ship which had been standing off from the shore was now edging in toward the land.Left on the Labrador | Dillon Wallace
These are all good, when properly cared for, when used for edging beds and borders.Amateur Gardencraft | Eben E. Rexford
British Dictionary definitions for edging
anything placed along an edge to finish it, esp as an ornament, fringe, or border on clothing or along a path in a garden
the act of making an edge
relating to or used for making an edge: edging shears
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