Origin of wedge
regional variations of wedge
OTHER WORDS FROM wedgewedgelike, adjectiveun·wedge, verb (used with object), un·wedged, un·wedg·ing.
How to use wedge in a sentence
I'm also afraid it will put a wedge between my husband and me, the last thing we need when we are all stuck at home all the time because of covid-19.
Jewishness is being used as a wedge in other underrepresented communities too, often in more formal communication channels.It’s 2020 and anti-Semitism is an electoral tactic again|Tate Ryan-Mosley|November 2, 2020|MIT Technology Review
Divide the fish and the tomatoes among the plates and serve with lemon wedges.Turn cod into a swoon-worthy sheet-pan meal with herby, spicy bread crumbs|Ellie Krieger|October 29, 2020|Washington Post
A wedge of relatively lightly affected countries extends from Finland southwards to the northern Balkans.A Million Deaths From Coronavirus: Seven Experts Consider Key Questions|LGBTQ-Editor|September 30, 2020|No Straight News
Sometimes you just want a wedge that will prop up your books while you read in bed, without having to worry about stubbing a finger or falling asleep near the hard corners and sharp surfaces of a traditional lap desk.
“Oh God, that was so much fun,” Sheehy says, wedging a cookie between two heaping scoops of ice cream—dessert.
Once the boat lurched mightily, and Myra gave a frightened cry, wedging the child between her knees.Tess of the Storm Country|Grace Miller White
He found the hatchway too tight for comfort and had a moment of fear when his tool pack caught in the orifice, wedging him neatly.Tight Squeeze|Dean Charles Ing
He replaced the bar which he had wrested from the window; wedging it into its socket with a morsel or two of molten lead.The Long Night|Stanley Weyman
A very large chapter of American history hinges on this wedging apart of Southwest and Northwest.The Old Northwest|Frederic Austin Ogg
The narrow rail is secured by wedging the tenons from the outside edge in the ordinary manner.Woodwork Joints|William Fairham
British Dictionary definitions for wedge
Derived forms of wedgewedgelike, adjectivewedgy, adjective
Word Origin for wedge
Other Idioms and Phrases with wedge
see thin edge of the wedge.