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edgeless combined form of edge.
edge out to force out, defeat, or overcome by a small margin.
edge tool a tool that has a cutting edge, such as a chisel.
edgewise with the edge forward or outward. [2 definitions]
edging something that constitutes, or is placed along, an edge or border to protect, decorate, or define it.
edgy irritably nervous or impatient; on edge.
edible suitable or safe to be eaten as food. [2 definitions]
edict an order or decree proclaimed by a ruler or other of high authority.
edifice a building, esp. a large or impressive structure. [2 definitions]
edify to enlighten or inform so as to uplift morally, intellectually, or spiritually.
Edinburgh the capital of Scotland.
edit to supervise the preparation of (material) for publication. [4 definitions]
editable combined form of edit.
edition one of a series of printings of the same published work, differing from others in being printed from a distinct typesetting. [3 definitions]
editor a person who prepares written materials for publication or film for viewing. [4 definitions]
editorial an article or commentary, as in a newspaper or on television, that expresses an opinion or viewpoint. [3 definitions]
editorialize to put forth one's opinion in or as if in an editorial. [2 definitions]
editor in chief the editor who has the final authority to make policy decisions and supervises the other editors at a publishing house or on a specific publication.
editorship the position or activities of an editor. [2 definitions]
EDP abbreviation of "electronic data processing," the use of computers to process and store information.
EDT abbreviation of "Eastern Daylight Time."