verb (used with object), wedged, wedg·ing.
verb (used without object), wedged, wedg·ing.
Origin of wedge
Synonyms for wedge
Regional variation note
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Historical Examples of unwedge
They were too busy fighting to get their breath back, and to unwedge themselves from the sidecar.Dave Dawson at Dunkirk
Robert Sydney Bowen
Word Origin for wedge
mid-15c., from wedge (n.). Related: Wedged; wedging.
Old English wecg "a wedge," from Proto-Germanic *wagjaz (cf. Old Norse veggr, Middle Dutch wegge, Dutch wig, Old High German weggi "wedge," German Weck "wedge-shaped bread roll"), of unknown origin. Wedge issue is attested from 1999.
see thin edge of the wedge.