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ballpark (informal) approximately correct; with some margin for error. [1/2 definitions]
beat the tar out of to outdo or best by a wide margin, as in an athletic contest. [1/2 definitions]
border to put a margin, edge, or trim on. [1/6 definitions]
by the skin of one's teeth (informal) by an exceptionally thin margin; with little to spare.
double-breasted having the sides overlap each other by a wide margin on the breast or front, and usu. having a double vertical row of buttons, as a jacket or coat. (Cf. single-breasted.) [1/2 definitions]
edge out to force out, defeat, or overcome by a small margin.
gloss2 an explanatory note, such as a translation of an unusual, foreign, or technical expression, placed between the lines or in the margin of a text or manuscript. [1/3 definitions]
hairsbreadth an extremely close or narrow margin or distance.
indent1 to set (a line, paragraph, quotation, or the like) in from the margin. [1/7 definitions]
indention the blank space between a margin and an indented line or lines of text. [1/2 definitions]
in the ballpark (informal) approximately correct; having some margin for error.
just by a very small margin; barely. [1/12 definitions]
landslide a victory by a wide margin, esp. of a candidate or a party in an election contest. [1/2 definitions]
margin to supply with a margin. [3/9 definitions]
marginal of, concerning, near, or forming a margin. [2/4 definitions]
marginalia notes in the margin or margins of a book or other printed matter.
marginate having a margin or distinct border. [2 definitions]
massacre (informal) to defeat by a wide margin, as in a game or sport. [1/4 definitions]
near occurring or existing by a small margin. [1/10 definitions]
near miss the strike of a projectile or bomb that misses its intended target by a narrow margin, often causing some damage. [1/3 definitions]
peltate having the leaf stalk attached near the center of the surface of a leaf instead of at the margin.