[ UK /ˈɛd‍ʒi/ ]
[ US /ˈɛdʒi/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. being in a tense state
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How To Use edgy In A Sentence

  • The Chinese authorities remain acutely aware of Ai's complex and innovative heresy and in China, an "edgy" artist has to face greater challenges than mockery or dismissive critics. Ai Weiwei: The rebel who has suffered for his art
  • Daniel - yeah, now suffering post-wedgy issues - let's just say get them to do a full harness check instead of a "quicky" becuase you an in a chair. oh that sounded rude too Wheelchair indoor rock climbing? Beth pays to get a wedgy.
  • I'm feeling a bit edgy about the exam tomorrow.
  • The czar looked a bit edgy, but his son the czarevich seemed confident.
  • She could not become the shrill edgy hurried harridan the war had tried to make her while his square, leisurely, beflowered, inscrutable figure passed daily up and down between those pale considerable buildings. Maid in Waiting
  • They are really cool and more edgy than the shopping centres. The Sun
  • The rest of the disc isn't as sonically edgy, but the sounds and settings that Bowie & Ronson worked up for each are strikingly appropriate.
  • There's an edgy feel to it. The Sun
  • It was slightly edgy - yet safe. Times, Sunday Times
  • With its wedgy profile, trapezoidal front grille and abbreviated rear end, it clearly speaks the corporation's latest design language. Times, Sunday Times
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