• (adj): Having a specified kind of border or edge.
    Example: "A black-edged card"; "dried sweat left salt-edged patches"
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on edged:

Serrated or "toothed" Sickles
... among the well-documented specimens made later of bronze are smooth-edged.) Nevertheless, teeth have been cut with hand-held chisels into iron, and later steel-bladed sickles ... While in Central Europe the smooth-edged sickle—either forged or machined (alternately referred to as "stamped") - has been the only one used (and in many regions ... The present global demand is about 75% serrated to 25% smooth-edged, and the majority (of both types of sickles combined) is used in cereal harvesting ...
Southeast Asian Swords - South and Southeast Asia
... origin Dahong Palay a Filipino machete-like sword with capability for thrusting Dha single-edged Burmese sword, perhaps influenced by the Chinese Dao (For Thai Daab) Kalis double-edge ...
Alice In Wonderland Dress - The Victorian Alice
... white Peter Pan collar, puffed sleeves, perhaps edged with lace or broderie anglaise and a number of horizontal parallel bands or a tier effect, usually of the same colour, round the ... fastened at the back with a bow, which is white and edged in a darker colour, usually pink in the coloured versions ... The front of the apron below the waist is all edged with a white ruffle of the same material as the apron itself and the border of the plain portion of the apron before the ruffle starts is ...
Thymus Citriodorus - Cultivars
... ‘Silver-Edged’ (Silver-Edged Lemon Thyme) — Silver-edged green leaves pink flowers ...
Academic Dress Of The University Of London - Hoods - Bachelors
... The cowl shall be faced inside for three inches and edged outside with three-eighths of an inch of faculty silk ... The neckband shall be similarly edged ... A light blue corded silk hood faced inside for three inches and edged outside with three-eighths of an inch of white watered silk ...

More definitions of "edged":

  • (adj): (of speech) harsh or hurtful in tone or character.
    Example: "Edged satire"
    Synonyms: cutting, stinging
  • (adj): Having a cutting edge or especially an edge or edges as specified; often used in combination.
    Example: "An edged knife"; "a two-edged sword"

Famous quotes containing the word edged:

    A tart temper never mellows with age, and a sharp tongue is the only edged tool that grows keener with constant use.
    Washington Irving (1783–1859)