ledge

Part of speech: noun

A projecting shelf as of rock, etc.

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Usage examples "ledge":

  1. Except for imagination, you're as safe walking a ledge twenty stories up, as down on the sidewalk." - "A Matter of Proportion", Anne Walker.
  2. I want to go down to Lagonda Ledge, and I don't know the streets at all. - "A Master's Degree", Margaret Hill McCarter.
  3. Quinnion was over the ledge, following her. - "Judith of Blue Lake Ranch", Jackson Gregory.