verb (used with object), wedged, wedg·ing.
verb (used without object), wedged, wedg·ing.
Origin of wedge
Related formswedge·like, adjectiveun·wedge, verb (used with object), un·wedged, un·wedg·ing.
Regional variation note
Examples from the Web for wedge
In recent years there have been many issues driving a wedge between Riyadh and Washington.
Bevin, along with state and national Democrats, delight in trying to drive a wedge between McConnell and Paul.
But he thought he might bulldog the case for a while and find a wedge for a lawsuit.The Strange and Mysterious Death of Mrs. Jerry Lee Lewis|Richard Ben Cramer|January 11, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Jenny Packham polka-dotted frock with a high-waisted elastic waistband and wedge heels.
The wedge sneakers which promise to “make you two inches taller!”Beyonce, Salma Hayek,Team with Gucci; Vivienne Westwood Continues to Support Julian Assange|The Fashion Beast Team|February 28, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The wedge point may not strike back at the hammer that drives it.The Last Shot|Frederick Palmer
Each of the sides is provided internally with a projecting piece, and an inclined plane as a wedge.
The first thing was, as he supposed, to saw off a piece of the wood just long enough for a wedge.Rollo's Experiments|Jacob Abbott
I saw several whose heads were inclosed in boards covered with leather, till they attain the form of a wedge.
Their flight was in the form of a wedge, and sometimes of a semicircle.Travels in the Interior of North America, Part I, (Being Chapters I-XV of the London Edition, 1843)|Alexander Philipp Maximilian, Prince of Wied
British Dictionary definitions for wedge
Derived Formswedgelike, adjectivewedgy, adjective
Word Origin for wedge
Idioms and Phrases with wedge
see thin edge of the wedge.