edge

Part of speech: verb

To sharpen; incite.

Part of speech: verb

To move sidewise; sidle.

Part of speech: noun

The thin, sharp cutting part of a blade; sharpness.

Part of speech: noun

A border; margin.

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Usage examples "edge":

  1. They had reached the edge of the town by this time, and Davy stopped to turn back. - "The Mystery of the Locks", Edgar Watson Howe.
  2. Can't see Talcom's house; it's off in the far edge of the town. - "Bolanyo", Opie Percival Read.
  3. " Yes, they're fighting, now, on the edge of town," we said, " but our boys will keep them there." - "The Cavalier", George Washington Cable.