edge

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  • It is located in the very south-western edge of the city.
  • He tells her to meet him at the rock on the edge of town.
  • There is still an old station building on the north-eastern edge of the village.
  • The company also had a plant on the edge of the town.
  • The station technical site was located on the north western edge of the station.
  • It located just at the north-western edge of the city, about from the city centre.
  • Evidence of an army training camp can be seen on the south-east edge of the village.
  • The process is repeated until the opposite edge of the field is reached.
  • It is located at the south-east edge of the Old Town.
  • I rather like being on the edge of things.
  • The lock cut ran along the south-western edge of the site.
  • More often snow stopped on the edge of the city.
  • Soldiers begin the game located on every other point one row back from the edge of the river.
  • It should be no surprise that ancient villages were located at the water's edge.
  • Using directed edges it is also possible to model one-way streets.
  • All of these cities are on the south-eastern edge of the country facing the ocean.
  • The south-western edge of the forest region. Cited from The Naturalist in Nicaragua, by Thomas Belt
  • The same is true of every edge mark.
  • Its leading edge is formed round, while the trailing edge is cut straight.
  • The only entrance to the castle is from the gates on the north-eastern edge.
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Meaning of edge

  • noun The boundary of a surface
  • noun A sharp side formed by the intersection of two surfaces of an object
    he rounded the edges of the box
  • noun The attribute of urgency in tone of voice
    his voice had an edge to it
  • noun A slight competitive advantage
    he had an edge on the competition
  • noun The outside limit of an object or area or surface; a place farthest away from the center of something
    the edge of the leaf is wavy, she sat on the edge of the bed, the water's edge
  • verb Advance slowly, as if by inches
    He edged towards the car
  • verb Provide with an edge
    edge a blade