of, relating to, or characteristic of a style of abstract painting associated with the 1960s and marked chiefly by sharply outlined geometric or nongeometric forms.
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How to use hard-edge in a sentence
Peter Jukes on how the Games took the hard edge off national politics—for now.
"Get out," repeated the girl, with a hard edge on her voice.The Devil's Asteroid | Manly Wade Wellman
He rubbed his forearm where the hard edge of her palm had descended upon it.Find the Woman | Arthur Somers Roche
Place the stitches about the width of a thread apart, as this will avoid a crowded appearance and makes a firm, hard edge.Handicraft for Girls | Idabelle McGlauflin
To thawing Maudie's chest, lubricating throat, and taking hard edge off voice, time and expenses.'
He is using the edge of his hand for a hard edge to bend and crease the cardboard.The BYU Solar Cooker/Cooler | Steven E. Jones
British Dictionary definitions for hard-edge
of, relating to, or denoting a style of painting in which vividly coloured subjects are clearly delineated
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