edge in

VERB
  1. push one's way into (a space)
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  • It built that knowledge into the system; if you typed a word inaccurately, Google would give you the right results anyway. In the Plex
  • To complain is to rage against a jagged edge in a world you feel ought to be smooth. Times, Sunday Times
  • Some tutors attempt the _suaviter in modo_, my schoolmaster preferred the _fortiter in re_; and, as the boatswain said, by the "instigation" of a large knotted stick, he drove knowledge into our skulls as a caulker drives oakum into the seams of Frank Mildmay Or, The Naval Officer
  • She handles everything from piercing to pianissimo with ease and has just enough edge in her voice for this kind of Verdi role. Burn, Baby, Burn
  • My father tried to induce me to learn Arabic poetry by heart, encouraged me, gave me prizes - also for knowledge in astronomy.
  • Just then, an ettin shoved a heavy sledge into view. GuildWars Edge of Destiny
  • While she has a broad repertoire, her infectious exuberance and natural athleticism give her a distinctive edge in leotard ballets and soubrette parts.
  • Bresnick-Zocchi got the edge in the final lap as Annis flatted shortly before the finish and ran across the finish line. Lindine and Miller win muddy mid-week ‘cross race in Massachusetts
  • The mouth of the cave was so narrow that we had to edge in.
  • We turned to the left, and marched along its edge in search of a "pont"; but matters became gradually worse; other crevasses joined on to the first one, and the further we proceeded the more riven and dislocated the ice became. Seeing Europe with Famous Authors, Volume 6 Germany, Austria-Hungary and Switzerland, part 2
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