Definition for wedged (2 of 2)
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 wedged
Some songs get wedged in our memories entirely because of one line.
This mini command center is wedged into a conference room about 200 feet from the debate hall.Behind the Scenes With a ‘Site Agent’: The Secret Service’s Hardest Job|Marc Ambinder|October 2, 2014|DAILY BEAST
When he could go no further without crampons, Sher wedged himself inside a crack between two boulders and waited for the sun.
She was wedged between a 12-year member of the Coast Guard and his partner, and a straight man with his 10-year-old daughter, Amy.A Gay Warrior’s Win for Partner at National Cemetery|Eleanor Clift|April 12, 2013|DAILY BEAST
These are the clips that pop up before YouTube videos or wedged into the commercial breaks of a show on Hulu.
Just then Mr. Blacksnake wedged his head in under the old log and began to push and wriggle harder than ever.Mother West Wind's Animal Friends|Thornton W. Burgess
The edges of one end are rasped off as shown in the sketch, making a wedged fit into the run.Elements of Plumbing|Samuel Dibble
I shall only forge at night; and the building is out of the world, and wedged in, out of sight, between two bleak hills.Put Yourself in His Place|Charles Reade
This does not form one body with the rest of the frame, but is attached extemporaneously to it by bars and wedged bolts.A Dictionary of Arts, Manufactures and Mines|Andrew Ure
Gwyn uttered an inarticulate sound, but only wedged his arms out more firmly.Sappers and Miners|George Manville Fenn
British Dictionary definitions for wedged
Derived Formswedgelike, adjectivewedgy, adjective
Word Origin for wedge
Idioms and Phrases with wedged
see thin edge of the wedge.