[ UK /wˈɛd‍ʒd/ ]
[ US /ˈwɛdʒd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. wedged or packed in together
    an impacted tooth
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How To Use wedged In A Sentence

  • It seemed that every bar, no matter how tiny, had wedged a trio of musicians into a corner - one singing, one playing guitar and another scratching out a raspy beat on the guiro, a hollow gourd played with a stick.
  • As she entered, I was standing in front of the oversized mirror wedged in between a dozen or so teenaged girls all scrambling to restore their fallen bouffants.
  • She grasped the hilt of her sword and thrust it at the stones, wedged it between the planks on the door.
  • In the center of campus, wedged between the six outer buildings, was the Mason Courtyard, a large stone courtyard, filled with groves of magnolias and palmettos.
  • Occasionally rorqual skulls have been discovered in which the long lower jaws have been stuck wedged inside various of the skull openings and with their tips protruding like tusks. From cigar to elongated, bloated tadpole: rorquals part II
  • I wedged myself more tightly in front of the TV. Between Worlds: A Reader, Rhetoric and Handbook
  • It failed to impress anyone and is now wedged behind a can of motor oil in the garage. Smithsonian Mag
  • ‘They saw us,’ he panted as he quickly toppled a suit of armor and wedged it up against the bottom of the door.
  • A narrow inclined rift leads out to the head of the pitch, and a large wedged block provides an initial belay for a traverse at roof level to the first section of the pitch.
  • The pair almost become wedged in revolving doors. The Sun
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