Word "EDGE" Definitions:


Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
the attribute of urgency in tone of voice
Synonyms:
sharpness
Examples:
his voice had an edge to it

Part of Speech:
Verb
Definition:
lie adjacent to another or share a boundary
Synonyms:
abut, adjoin, border, butt, butt against, butt on, march

Part of Speech:
Verb
Definition:
advance slowly, as if by inches
Synonyms:
inch
Examples:
He edged towards the car

Crossword Clues for EDGE

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Clue Source Date
Move gradually for advantage The Times Cryptic 12 Oct 2021
Border Wall Street Journal 11 Oct 2021
Small advantage Newsday 06 Oct 2021
Part of your seat that a thriller has you on Universal 30 Sep 2021
Border Wall Street Journal 27 Sep 2021
Advantage LA Times Daily 27 Sep 2021
Advantage The Washington Post 27 Sep 2021
Razor requirement Wall Street Journal 25 Sep 2021
Rim Eugene Sheffer 23 Sep 2021
Border Thomas Joseph 23 Sep 2021
Border Thomas Joseph 22 Sep 2021
Brink USA Today 18 Sep 2021
Slight advantage Newsday 14 Sep 2021
Apt rhyme of 'ledge' USA Today 08 Sep 2021
Border, rim Irish Times Simplex 06 Sep 2021
Sharp surface Newsday 03 Sep 2021
Keenness of voice Newsday 02 Sep 2021
Border Thomas Joseph 01 Sep 2021
Easy part of a jigsaw, often Universal 29 Aug 2021
Dangerous part of a cliff The Washington Post Sunday 22 Aug 2021
Competitive advantage USA Today 21 Aug 2021
Advantage of golf club bar opening The Telegraph Cryptic 16 Aug 2021
Precipice The Washington Post Sunday 15 Aug 2021
Barely beat LA Times Daily 02 Aug 2021
Barely beat The Washington Post 02 Aug 2021
"The ___ of Glory" (Lady Gaga hit) Universal 28 Jul 2021
Advantage Wall Street Journal 24 Jul 2021
Stuffed chicken leg delivered in a roundabout way as a side Irish Times Crosaire 24 Jul 2021
Small advantage LA Times Daily 21 Jul 2021
Something that may cut advantage? The Telegraph Toughie 21 Jul 2021
Small advantage The Washington Post 21 Jul 2021
Feature of a cube but not a sphere Universal 13 Jul 2021
Competitive advantage USA Today 08 Jul 2021
Advantage of setting up some Winnipeg delicatessen Irish Times Crosaire 05 Jul 2021
Brink USA Today 02 Jul 2021
One may be jagged Universal 24 Jun 2021
'Losing My ___' (LCD Soundsystem song) USA Today 15 Jun 2021
Lip Canadiana 07 Jun 2021
Rim Eugene Sheffer 03 Jun 2021
Latinos from delegations on the brink of something Irish Times Crosaire 31 May 2021
Slight advantage Newsday 31 May 2021
U2 guitarist Irish Times Simplex 24 May 2021
Outside limit The Times Concise 20 May 2021
'We'll sell you the whole seat, but you'll only need the ___ USA Today 18 May 2021
Rim Family Time 16 May 2021
Head start, say Newsday 14 May 2021
Border, say, of French brought up The Telegraph Cryptic 13 May 2021
Strategic starting piece in a jigsaw puzzle New York Times 12 May 2021
Narrow advantage Newsday 09 May 2021
Slight advantage Universal 08 May 2021
Lippy type from golf club dropped the first one Irish Times Crosaire 07 May 2021
Sharp quality Universal 04 May 2021
Competitive advantage Newsday 28 Apr 2021
Cutting part of a knife New York Times 27 Apr 2021
Beat by a hair LA Times Daily 26 Apr 2021
Beat by a hair The Washington Post 26 Apr 2021
Keenness Wall Street Journal 22 Apr 2021
Margin USA Today 19 Apr 2021
Appropriate place for this answer The Washington Post Sunday 18 Apr 2021
Boundary USA Today 06 Apr 2021
Part of a saber Family Time 05 Apr 2021
Part of a jigsaw puzzle USA Today 31 Mar 2021
Barely defeat Newsday 31 Mar 2021
Pole position, e.g Newsday 20 Mar 2021
Upper hand USA Today 17 Mar 2021
Slim advantage The Washington Post 17 Mar 2021
Slim advantage LA Times Daily 17 Mar 2021
Margin The Telegraph Quick 13 Mar 2021
Living on the ___ USA Today 08 Mar 2021
'The ___ of Glory' (Lady Gaga hit) USA Today 20 Feb 2021
Border, rim Irish Times Simplex 19 Feb 2021
Beat out New York Times 17 Feb 2021
Appropriate location for this answer The Washington Post Sunday 14 Feb 2021
Outer limit Universal 11 Feb 2021
Fringe USA Today 30 Jan 2021
Beat by a small margin USA Today 27 Jan 2021
Barely beat (out) Jonesin 26 Jan 2021
Advantage The Times Concise 24 Jan 2021
Small lead Universal 23 Jan 2021
Maze component Universal 22 Jan 2021
Word after cutting or leading The Washington Post 18 Jan 2021
Word after cutting or leading LA Times Daily 18 Jan 2021
Incisiveness, let's say, of French revolutionary The Telegraph Cryptic 15 Jan 2021
Narrow advantage USA Today 10 Jan 2021
Margin, extremity Irish Times Simplex 09 Jan 2021
Razor's cutting feature Universal 09 Jan 2021
Border of a tabletop Newsday 05 Jan 2021
Border Canadiana 04 Jan 2021
Microsoft browser LA Times Daily 01 Jan 2021
Microsoft browser The Washington Post 01 Jan 2021
Live on the ___ (take risks) USA Today 28 Dec 2020
Over the ___ New York Times 26 Dec 2020
Squeeze past Wall Street Journal 23 Dec 2020
Border Newsday 21 Dec 2020
Outer limit Newsday 13 Dec 2020
Sharp part of a razor Newsday 23 Nov 2020
Skate blade part Family Time 22 Nov 2020
Periphery The Telegraph Quick 21 Nov 2020
Periphery USA Today 19 Nov 2020
Side of a jigsaw puzzle Universal 12 Nov 2020
Brink New York Times 08 Nov 2020
Beat by a run, say The Washington Post 08 Nov 2020
Sharp part of a blade The Washington Post Sunday 08 Nov 2020
Beat by a run, say LA Times Daily 08 Nov 2020
Small advantage Newsday 01 Nov 2020
One of 30 on a regular dodecahedron New York Times 24 Oct 2020
What a slight favorite has The Washington Post 22 Oct 2020
What a slight favorite has LA Times Daily 22 Oct 2020
Perimeter USA Today 17 Oct 2020
Sharp part of a knife USA Today 16 Oct 2020
Crispy part of a brownie USA Today 05 Oct 2020
Outer boundary Newsday 28 Sep 2020
Competitive advantage The Washington Post Sunday 27 Sep 2020
Beat by a nose The Washington Post 24 Sep 2020
Beat by a nose LA Times Daily 24 Sep 2020
Fringe New York Times 23 Sep 2020
Lip Premier Sunday 20 Sep 2020
Lucky thing to hit in Ping-Pong New York Times 18 Sep 2020
Advantage Thomas Joseph 17 Sep 2020
Border Thomas Joseph 15 Sep 2020
Periphery Universal 12 Sep 2020
Border The Sun Two Speed 07 Sep 2020
U2 guitarist's advantage? The Sun Two Speed 07 Sep 2020
Border USA Today 05 Sep 2020
Advantage; rim The Telegraph Quick 24 Aug 2020
Periphery The Washington Post 21 Aug 2020
Periphery LA Times Daily 21 Aug 2020
Rim Newsday 19 Aug 2020
Barely beat New York Times 09 Aug 2020
Barely beat (out) Universal 29 Jul 2020
Brink The Washington Post 27 Jul 2020
Brink LA Times Daily 27 Jul 2020
Outskirts USA Today 23 Jul 2020
Upper hand Newsday 15 Jul 2020
Advantage Wall Street Journal 13 Jul 2020
Sharp part of a knife Family Time 13 Jul 2020
Outskirts Universal 08 Jul 2020
Leg up USA Today 04 Jul 2020
Lippy type from golf club needing no introduction Irish Times Crosaire 03 Jul 2020
Live on the ___ USA Today 26 Jun 2020
Surface that cuts Newsday 24 Jun 2020
Sword's sharp part The Washington Post 22 Jun 2020
Sword's sharp part LA Times Daily 22 Jun 2020
Twee band playing here finally shows bite The Sun Two Speed 20 Jun 2020
Boundary The Sun Two Speed 20 Jun 2020
Beat, but barely Thomas Joseph 18 Jun 2020
Upper hand Universal 16 Jun 2020
Border Wall Street Journal 15 Jun 2020
Good place to start on a jigsaw puzzle USA Today 12 Jun 2020
Leg up Newsday 11 Jun 2020
Narrow advantage New York Times 08 Jun 2020
Club losing wickets, and advantage The Telegraph Cryptic 08 Jun 2020
Defeat narrowly The Washington Post Sunday 07 Jun 2020
Keenness Thomas Joseph 05 Jun 2020
Sharp quality New York Times 22 May 2020
Outer limit USA Today 22 May 2020
Advantage New York Times 19 May 2020
Part of a sword USA Today 12 May 2020
Ax part Premier Sunday 03 May 2020
Cube part LA Times Daily 28 Apr 2020
Cube part The Washington Post 28 Apr 2020
Slight advantage USA Today 20 Apr 2020
Perimeter The New Yorker 20 Apr 2020
Advantage USA Today 13 Apr 2020
Surface boundary Newsday 05 Apr 2020
Border feuds grew on a regular basis The Telegraph Cryptic 24 Mar 2020
Outer margin Newsday 23 Mar 2020
Creep ogled German nurses The Telegraph Toughie 21 Feb 2020
Part of a butter knife Family Time 17 Feb 2020
Bite from bloodied general The Sun Two Speed 14 Feb 2020
Rim The Sun Two Speed 14 Feb 2020
Yardstick part
Defeat by a hair Family Time 05 Jan 2020
Cutting part Universal 24 Dec 2019
Part of a sword Family Time 22 Dec 2019
Defeat by a small margin USA Today 19 Dec 2019
Competitive advantage USA Today 12 Dec 2019
Slight advantage The Telegraph Quick 11 Dec 2019
Verge Premier Sunday 08 Dec 2019
Inside track Wall Street Journal 07 Dec 2019
Competitive plus USA Today 01 Dec 2019
Where die faces meet USA Today 29 Nov 2019
Sample of bootleg demo reviewed by lippy type Irish Times Crosaire 25 Nov 2019
Beat by a whisker New York Times 24 Nov 2019
On the razor's ___ Universal 22 Nov 2019
Beat by a nose Wall Street Journal 16 Nov 2019
Bite from enraged gentleman The Sun Two Speed 11 Nov 2019
Keenness of voice Newsday 10 Nov 2019
Barely defeat USA Today 03 Nov 2019
Sharp part New York Times 24 Oct 2019
Outer jigsaw puzzle piece Jonesin 22 Oct 2019
Jigsaw starting piece, usually USA Today 22 Oct 2019
Beat by a bit The Washington Post 21 Oct 2019
Beat by a bit LA Times Daily 21 Oct 2019
Brink The Washington Post Sunday 20 Oct 2019
One of a cube's 12 USA Today 13 Oct 2019
Beat by a nose Newsday 06 Oct 2019
Microsoft's browser USA Today 03 Oct 2019
Beat by one run, say USA Today 02 Oct 2019
Advantage of English degree, oddly The Sun Two Speed 01 Oct 2019
Margin, rim Irish Times Simplex 27 Sep 2019
Border The Telegraph Quick 25 Sep 2019
Periphery Newsday 25 Sep 2019
Sharp side of a blade New York Times 23 Sep 2019
One of 12 on a die The Washington Post 18 Sep 2019
One of 12 on a die LA Times Daily 18 Sep 2019
Outer border Newsday 17 Sep 2019
Word after cutting or leading USA Today 16 Sep 2019
Rim The Telegraph Quick 11 Sep 2019
Razor's asset Family Time 08 Sep 2019
Creep giving lip The Telegraph Cryptic 07 Sep 2019
Competitive advantage New York Times 26 Aug 2019
Brink Universal 26 Aug 2019
Beat, barely USA Today 19 Aug 2019
When repeated after 'boot,' phonetic rendering of Mayor Pete USA Today 18 Aug 2019
Upper hand Wall Street Journal 15 Aug 2019
Polygon feature The Washington Post Sunday 11 Aug 2019
Creep The Telegraph Quick 03 Aug 2019
Bitterness from imprisoned geisha The Sun Two Speed 26 Jul 2019
Advantage The Sun Two Speed 26 Jul 2019
Rim The Washington Post 23 Jul 2019
Rim LA Times Daily 23 Jul 2019
Move stealthily USA Today 21 Jul 2019
Rim; advantage The Telegraph Quick 03 Jul 2019
Slight advantage LA Times Daily 18 Jun 2019
Slight advantage The Washington Post 18 Jun 2019
Competitive leg up Family Time 17 Jun 2019
Part of a razor Family Time 09 Jun 2019
Border Universal 23 May 2019
Advantage obtained from inspired genius The Telegraph Cryptic 22 May 2019
Advantage Canadiana 20 May 2019
Precipice New York Times 13 May 2019
Neaten a sidewalk's side USA Today 13 May 2019
Advantage, in sports USA Today 06 May 2019
Trenchant quality Wall Street Journal 04 May 2019
Add fringe to, e.g USA Today 01 May 2019
Part of a cliff Family Time 29 Apr 2019
Leg up Premier Sunday 28 Apr 2019
Borderline Universal 22 Apr 2019
Bitterness from defeated general The Sun Two Speed 19 Apr 2019
Bite from bloodied gentleman The Sun Two Speed 05 Apr 2019
Sharp quality Wall Street Journal 03 Apr 2019
Slight lead USA Today 03 Apr 2019
Margin The Washington Post 24 Mar 2019
Margin LA Times Daily 24 Mar 2019
Move sideways Newsday 21 Mar 2019
Outermost part Newsday 14 Mar 2019
Jigsaw puzzle side Universal 14 Mar 2019
Lip New York Times 12 Mar 2019
Beat narrowly, with 'out' New York Times 11 Mar 2019
Border New York Times 04 Mar 2019
One of a cube's 12 Universal 04 Mar 2019
Part of a blade Family Time 04 Mar 2019
Intense quality Wall Street Journal 02 Mar 2019
Bitterness from angered gendarmes The Sun Two Speed 27 Feb 2019
Rim Universal 23 Feb 2019
Blade part Wall Street Journal 23 Feb 2019
Nose out New York Times 17 Feb 2019
Trim, as a lawn Universal 16 Feb 2019
Sharp part of a knife Newsday 11 Feb 2019
'___ of Tomorrow' (2014 sci-fi thriller) The Washington Post Sunday 03 Feb 2019
Fringe The Washington Post Sunday 20 Jan 2019
Fringe Newsday 18 Jan 2019
Beat by a nose New York Times 06 Jan 2019
Move stealthily
Advantage
Beat by a nose
Beat narrowly, with "out"
Border
Competitive advantage
Lip
One of 30 on a dodecahedron Jonesin 01 Jan 2019
Narrow advantage
Nose out
Precipice
Sharp side of a blade
Microsoft's browser
Jigsaw starting piece, usually
Beat, barely
Border
Borderline
Brink
Jigsaw puzzle side
On the razor's ___
One of a cube's 12
Rim
Word after cutting or leading
When repeated after "boot," phonetic rendering of Mayor Pete
Slight lead
Razor feature
One of a cube's 12
Neaten a sidewalk's side
Beat by a bit
Trenchant quality
Margin
Small lead
Sharp quality
Intense quality
Border
Blade part
Advantage
One of 12 on a die
Slight advantage
Beat by one run, say
Barely defeat
Advantage, in sports
Add fringe to, e.g.
Rim
Sharp quality
Trim, as a lawn
Upper hand
Indie band playing here finally shows bite The Sun Two Speed 26 Dec 2018
Sharp part of a sheet of paper LA Times Daily 25 Dec 2018
Sharp part of a sheet of paper The Washington Post 25 Dec 2018
Going up, for instance, from French border The Telegraph Cryptic 22 Dec 2018
Trim left side of boundary to make another The Telegraph Cryptic 20 Dec 2018
One of 12 on a cube New York Times 05 Dec 2018
Blade part USA Today 02 Dec 2018
Outdo, barely USA Today 30 Nov 2018
Outer limit The Times Concise 30 Nov 2018
Drop-off spot? Family Time 25 Nov 2018
Move furtively Newsday 25 Nov 2018
Some renowned genius from The Fringe Irish Times Crosaire 24 Nov 2018
Demarcation The Times Concise 18 Nov 2018
Sharp part of a knife Wall Street Journal 12 Nov 2018
It's farthest from the middle Irish Times Simplex 12 Nov 2018
Do landscaping work The Washington Post 09 Nov 2018
Do landscaping work LA Times Daily 09 Nov 2018
Lucky thing to get in Ping-Pong New York Times 25 Oct 2018
Gritty drama's quality The Washington Post Sunday 21 Oct 2018
Nip in the end New York Times 19 Oct 2018
On ___ (nervous) Family Time 15 Oct 2018
Barely beat LA Times Daily 14 Oct 2018
Barely beat The Washington Post 14 Oct 2018
Perimeter The Telegraph Quick 13 Oct 2018
Razor feature USA Today 12 Oct 2018
Just barely beat Newsday 25 Sep 2018
Perimeter New York Times 24 Sep 2018
Margin found in middle of accounts book The Telegraph Cryptic 22 Sep 2018
Rim New York Times 11 Sep 2018
Leg up New York Times 07 Sep 2018
Border of a table Newsday 03 Sep 2018
Wife dropped from golf club side The Telegraph Cryptic 21 Aug 2018
Roof part Universal 20 Aug 2018
Cutting-___ (pioneering) New York Times 20 Aug 2018
Cutting-___ technology USA Today 18 Aug 2018
Margin New York Times 13 Aug 2018
Outer limit Premier Sunday 05 Aug 2018
Border The Washington Post 29 Jul 2018
Border LA Times Daily 29 Jul 2018
Defeat, barely USA Today 28 Jul 2018
Either of two on some knives USA Today 23 Jul 2018
One of a cube's 12 The Washington Post 22 Jul 2018
One of a cube's 12 LA Times Daily 22 Jul 2018
One of 12 on a cube USA Today 21 Jul 2018
Drop-off spot Universal 21 Jul 2018
Best, but barely New York Times 13 Jul 2018
Sharpness Wall Street Journal 10 Jul 2018
Dropping-off point? Universal 09 Jul 2018
Boundary Wall Street Journal 02 Jul 2018
Word after leading or cutting USA Today 02 Jul 2018
Border taken from defeated Germans The Sun Two Speed 25 Jun 2018
Border Family Time 24 Jun 2018
Border; advantage The Telegraph Quick 23 Jun 2018
Saber feature Family Time 17 Jun 2018
A bit of superiority Family Time 10 Jun 2018
Advantage The Telegraph Quick 09 Jun 2018
Verge The Washington Post 08 Jun 2018
Verge LA Times Daily 08 Jun 2018
Just beat out Universal 08 Jun 2018
Some characters frustrated general having the upper hand Irish Times Crosaire 06 Jun 2018
Border of an East End garden? The Telegraph Toughie 05 Jun 2018
Add fringe to Universal 03 Jun 2018
Head start, e.g Wall Street Journal 02 Jun 2018
Meeting of two sides The Washington Post 02 Jun 2018
Meeting of two sides LA Times Daily 02 Jun 2018
Blade part Universal 30 May 2018
Border The Times Concise 24 May 2018
Defeat narrowly Wall Street Journal 16 May 2018
Move slowly in extremity The Telegraph Cryptic 14 May 2018
Striking quality Wall Street Journal 12 May 2018
Outskirts Family Time 06 May 2018
Defeat by a hair USA Today 05 May 2018
Drop-off spot? Universal 27 Apr 2018
Perimeter Newsday 26 Apr 2018
Sword feature Family Time 22 Apr 2018
Beat at the buzzer LA Times Daily 20 Apr 2018
Beat at the buzzer The Washington Post 20 Apr 2018
Grunge band playing here finally shows bite The Sun Two Speed 16 Apr 2018
Tighten up a lawn Universal 11 Apr 2018
Word after jagged or ragged USA Today 06 Apr 2018
Perimeter Universal 31 Mar 2018
The answer to this clue is located on one New York Times 29 Mar 2018
Defeat by a whisker USA Today 29 Mar 2018
Side The Washington Post 18 Mar 2018
Side LA Times Daily 18 Mar 2018
Some old-fashioned general has the advantage Irish Times Crosaire 07 Mar 2018
Defeat, just Universal 06 Mar 2018
Penetrating nature Newsday 03 Mar 2018
One of eight on a square pyramid The Washington Post Sunday 11 Feb 2018
Periphery The Washington Post Sunday 28 Jan 2018
Slight advantage Family Time 14 Jan 2018
Head start Newsday 04 Jan 2018
Cutting-___ technology
Nip in the end
One of 12 on a cube
Perimeter
Rim
Barely beat
The answer to this clue is located on one
Add fringe to
Blade part
Drop-off spot
Drop-off spot?
Dropping-off point?
Just beat out
Perimeter
Roof part
Tighten up a lawn
Blade part
Striking quality
Sharpness
Sharp part of a knife
Inside track
Head start, e.g.
Defeat narrowly
Boundary
Defeat by a hair
Defeat by a whisker
Defeat, barely
Either of two on some knives
One of 12 on a cube
Outdo, barely
Upper hand
Verge
Sharp part of a sheet of paper
Word after leading or cutting
One of a cube's 12
Meeting of two sides
Do landscaping work
Border
Beat at the buzzer
Best, but barely
Cutting-___ (pioneering)
Leg up
Lucky thing to get in Ping-Pong
Margin
Leg up LA Times Daily 31 Dec 2017
Leg up The Washington Post 31 Dec 2017
Knife feature Premier Sunday 31 Dec 2017
Just beat out Jonesin 12 Dec 2017
Barely beat (out) The Washington Post 10 Dec 2017
Barely beat (out) LA Times Daily 10 Dec 2017
Border surrounded Germany, partly The Telegraph Toughie 07 Dec 2017
Fringe The Telegraph Quick 06 Dec 2017
Every knife has one Universal 01 Dec 2017
Neaten, as a lawn USA Today 23 Nov 2017
Row of bushes, height not shown, forming border The Telegraph Cryptic 21 Nov 2017
It's often cutting Universal 12 Nov 2017
Lawn border The Washington Post 07 Nov 2017
Lawn border LA Times Daily 07 Nov 2017
Head start, e.g USA Today 06 Nov 2017
Advantage LA Times Daily 03 Nov 2017
Advantage The Washington Post 03 Nov 2017
Ford crossover SUV LA Times Daily 02 Nov 2017
Ford crossover SUV The Washington Post 02 Nov 2017
Margin Newsday 01 Nov 2017
Boundary Newsday 31 Oct 2017
Part of a cutting tool USA Today 27 Oct 2017
Scoring advantage The Washington Post Sunday 22 Oct 2017
Guitarist with U2 Irish Times Simplex 21 Oct 2017
Sharp side The Washington Post 13 Oct 2017
Sharp side LA Times Daily 13 Oct 2017
Rim or boundary Family Time 02 Oct 2017
Barely beat Wall Street Journal 30 Sep 2017
Part of a sword or razor blade Family Time 25 Sep 2017
Just beat New York Times 24 Sep 2017
Word with cutting or leading USA Today 22 Sep 2017
Acerbity of English magistrate missing nothing The Telegraph Toughie 05 Sep 2017
Lippy type of characters involved in applied genetics Irish Times Crosaire 01 Sep 2017
Border line Family Time 27 Aug 2017
Nip at the wire Universal 23 Aug 2017
Periphery Wall Street Journal 07 Aug 2017
Threshold Premier Sunday 06 Aug 2017
What a sharp razor has Family Time 30 Jul 2017
Just beat LA Times Daily 16 Jul 2017
Just beat The Washington Post 16 Jul 2017
Satirical quality USA Today 10 Jul 2017
Move gingerly USA Today 09 Jul 2017
__ wear (sign of tire underinflation) Newsday 01 Jul 2017
Beat, barely Family Time 18 Jun 2017
Jigsaw puzzler's starting place, usually USA Today 14 Jun 2017
Perimeter Family Time 11 Jun 2017
Margin Universal 12 May 2017
One of a cube's dozen USA Today 28 Apr 2017
Jigsaw puzzler's starting place USA Today 25 Apr 2017
Outer rim Newsday 24 Apr 2017
Do a lawn job USA Today 03 Apr 2017
Brim The Telegraph Quick 02 Apr 2017
Ax feature Premier Sunday 19 Mar 2017
Sharp side of a blade USA Today 10 Mar 2017
Beat, but not badly Family Time 05 Mar 2017
Perimeter or border Universal 28 Feb 2017
Jumping-off point Family Time 26 Feb 2017
Boundary LA Times Daily 24 Feb 2017
Narrowly defeat USA Today 18 Feb 2017
'Postcards From the ___' (Streep film) The Washington Post 15 Feb 2017
Better but barely? Universal 06 Feb 2017
Nose out Newsday 01 Feb 2017
Business part of a blade Universal 27 Jan 2017
Harsh quality Wall Street Journal 25 Jan 2017
One of a cube's dozen LA Times Daily 21 Jan 2017
Small advantage The Washington Post 12 Jan 2017
Knife part Universal 07 Jan 2017
Narrowly defeat
Beat by a whisker
Better but barely?
Every knife has one
It's often cutting
Knife part
Margin
Just beat
Advantage
Barely beat (out)
Boundary
Brink
Ford crossover SUV
Just beat
Lawn border
Leg up
Sharp side
Nip at the wire
Perimeter or border
Do a lawn job
Head start, e.g.
Jigsaw puzzler's starting place
Jigsaw puzzler's starting place, usually
Word with cutting or leading
Sharp side of a blade
Satirical quality
Part of a cutting tool
One of a cube's dozen
Neaten, as a lawn
Move gingerly
Nick's advantage The Telegraph Cryptic 31 Dec 2016
Harsh quality The Washington Post 21 Dec 2016
Border, boundary Irish Times Simplex 19 Dec 2016
Business part of a knife Universal 18 Dec 2016
Limit club -- bar women! The Telegraph Cryptic 08 Dec 2016
Borderline Family Time 21 Nov 2016
Perimeter Wall Street Journal 21 Nov 2016
Pizza crust, e.g Newsday 16 Nov 2016
Exciting part of a seat? Universal 07 Nov 2016
Beat, but barely USA Today 05 Nov 2016
Perilous part of a precipice The Washington Post 25 Oct 2016
Just beat Newsday 20 Oct 2016
One of a die's dozen USA Today 08 Oct 2016
Starting jigsaw puzzle piece, usually USA Today 25 Sep 2016
Competitive advantage Universal 07 Sep 2016
Soul producer New York Times 01 Sep 2016
Scoring advantage Jonesin 23 Aug 2016
Nervous people are on it New York Times 14 Aug 2016
Windows 10's browser USA Today 12 Aug 2016
Sharpness is an advantage The Telegraph Cryptic 03 Aug 2016
Winning margin Family Time 01 Aug 2016
Result of honing Universal 19 Jul 2016
Sharp surface Newsday 17 Jul 2016
Outer boundary USA Today 15 Jul 2016
Do some lawn work Universal 13 Jul 2016
Bite lip The Telegraph Cryptic 12 Jul 2016
Sharp sword part Family Time 10 Jul 2016
Jigsaw puzzler's starting place The Washington Post 05 Jul 2016
Sharp side of a knife Universal 11 Jun 2016
Slight lead Universal 04 Jun 2016
Slight lead LA Times Daily 01 Jun 2016
Sharpness that's even in Heidegger? The Times Cryptic 30 May 2016
Narrowly defeat Wall Street Journal 18 May 2016
Brink Newsday 15 May 2016
Leg up Universal 12 May 2016
Chisel feature USA Today 10 May 2016
Barely beat USA Today 05 May 2016
Cusp The Chronicle of Higher Education 15 Apr 2016
Skirt The Washington Post 11 Apr 2016
Border Jonesin 05 Apr 2016
Cutting side of blade Family Time 04 Apr 2016
Favorable margin New York Times 28 Mar 2016
Head start USA Today 21 Mar 2016
Head start Universal 21 Mar 2016
Do a lawn job Universal 02 Mar 2016
Narrowly defeat Newsday 25 Feb 2016
Outer boundary Universal 17 Feb 2016
Perimeter LA Times Daily 02 Feb 2016
Competitive advantage The Washington Post 22 Jan 2016
Boundary no batsman wants to get? The Times Cryptic 15 Jan 2016
Inch considered generous, in part The Times Cryptic 11 Jan 2016
Chisel feature
Windows 10's browser
Starting jigsaw puzzle piece, usually
Outer boundary
Competitive advantage
Barely beat
Cusp
Slight lead
Perimeter
Business part of a knife
Competitive advantage
Do some lawn work
Barely beat
Beat (out)
Brink
Fringe
Nervous people are on it
Outer boundary
Result of honing
Sharp side of a knife
Slight lead
Advantage, so to speak Canadiana 21 Dec 2015
Upper hand The Washington Post 21 Dec 2015
The ___ (U2 guitarist) The Washington Post 12 Dec 2015
Slight advantage Jonesin 10 Nov 2015
A border we'd get trimmed at either end The Telegraph Cryptic 02 Nov 2015
Part of a sword blade Family Time 27 Sep 2015
Keen quality Newsday 24 Sep 2015
Sharpen LA Times Daily 24 Sep 2015
Advantage (informal) The Guardian Quick 05 Sep 2015
Advantage Eugene Sheffer 02 Sep 2015
Advantage Universal 23 Aug 2015
Knife feature USA Today 21 Aug 2015
Badgered without Brad from Trim Irish Times Crosaire 18 Aug 2015
A Möbius strip has just one LA Times Daily 30 Jul 2015
Slight advantage New York Times 22 Jul 2015
Side, brink The Telegraph Quick 20 Jul 2015
Advantage of four-speed gears The Telegraph Cryptic 11 Jul 2015
Sword part Premier Sunday 05 Jul 2015
A razor has one Universal 03 Jul 2015
English degree now and then gives you advantage The Telegraph Toughie 25 Jun 2015
Narrowly defeat (with "out") Universal 15 Jun 2015
It can get dull USA Today 03 Jun 2015
Jigsaw puzzler's starting place LA Times Daily 01 Jun 2015
Sharpness USA Today 01 Jun 2015
Add a fringe to Universal 28 May 2015
Periphery Eugene Sheffer 23 May 2015
Perimeter Thomas Joseph 20 May 2015
Snick a boundary? The Telegraph Cryptic 04 May 2015
Part of a razor USA Today 29 Apr 2015
Outside limit Irish Times Simplex 13 Apr 2015
One of 12 in a cube The Chronicle of Higher Education 03 Apr 2015
Drop-off point LA Times Daily 01 Apr 2015
Advantage The Chronicle of Higher Education 27 Mar 2015
Some bordering on 25 are evasive The Telegraph Toughie 13 Mar 2015
U2 guy, with 'The' Jonesin 12 Mar 2015
Satirical quality, often The Chronicle of Higher Education 06 Mar 2015
Flange USA Today 06 Feb 2015
Periphery The Chronicle of Higher Education 23 Jan 2015
Barely defeat Universal 21 Jan 2015
Good thing to have when competing Universal 17 Jan 2015
Sharp side of a blade The Times Concise 16 Jan 2015
Part that's sharp USA Today 14 Jan 2015
Winning margin USA Today 05 Jan 2015
Something to take the ___ off
Drop-off point
Slight advantage
Advantage
The ___ (U2 guitarist)
Slight advantage
Shaving gel name
Precipice
Perimeter
Outer boundary
Margin
Jigsaw puzzle solver's starting point, often
Home field advantage
Brink
Sword part
Threshold
Barely defeat
Boundary
Fringe
Keen quality
Outer boundary
Outer limit
Perimeter
Rim
Slight advantage
Upper hand
Aerosmith "Livin' on the ___"
Stevie Nicks "___ of Seventeen"
Flange
It can get dull
Knife feature
Outer limit
Part of a razor
Part that's sharp
Sharpness
Slight advantage
Winning margin
Harsh quality
Satirical quality, often
Periphery
One of 12 in a cube
Advantage
A razor has one
Add a fringe to
A Möbius strip has just one
Try to enhance one's orgasm, in a way
Advantage
Jigsaw gimme
Drop-off point
Jigsaw puzzler's starting place
Barely defeat
Good thing to have when competing
Narrowly defeat (with "out")
Sharpen
Periphery
Honer's goal
Razor part
Stropping result
Sword part
Where film postcards come from?
Whetter's concern
Do lawn work
Advantage
Blade feature
Barely beat
Border
Guitarist from Utopia almost finished investing $1000 (4)
Hold oneself back from coming
Shaving gel name
Advantage
"The ___ of Night" (soap opera)
Competitive advantage
Halftime lead, e.g.
Honer's target
Little advantage
Move little by little
Outer limit
Part of a skate blade
Periphery
Sharpness of voice
Drop-off spot
Boundary
Barely better
Advantage
Add fringe to
Favorable advantage
Favorable margin
Outer limit
Periphery
Cutting part
Do some lawn work
Verge
Slight lead in the polls
Beat, but barely
Minor Threat "Straight ___"
Satirical bite
What Aerosmith is "Livin' on"?
Border
Brink
It's often cutting
Something shady
Verge
Where a skate meets the ice
Border
Chisel part
Sharp part
Limit
"Postcards From the ---"
Beat by a whisker
Fringe
What a slight favorite has
Whetter's concern
It's uncomfortable to be on it
One of 30 on an icosahedron
Coin feature
Some live on it (with "the")
Some live on it, with "the"
Squeak by
U2 member, with "The"
Upper hand
Borderline
Periphery
Keenness
Skirt
Sword feature
Periphery
Part of a blade
Move little by little
Border line
Beat by a whisker
Competitive advantage
Outer area
Tip or top
Advance gradually
Small advantage
Slicing side
Skate surface
Razor's feature
Jumping-off place
"The ___ of Glory" (Lady Gaga song)
"Postcards from the ___" (1990)
Hipness
Honed side
Dividing line
Competitive advantage
Beat slightly
Word with jagged
What a jumpy person is on
Upper hand
Sword's side
Small advantage
Risky place to live?
Part of a sword blade
Part of a blade
Move cautiously
Jumping-off place
Greater likeliness to win
Upper hand
Rim
Outer limit
Benefit of one-upmanship
Advantage
Benefit of one-upmanship
Outer limit
Upper hand
Cutting part
Cutting ___ (most advanced)
Business part of a blade
Border line
Beat by a whisker
Beat by a point or two
Advance gradually
Larry Mullen, Jr. bandmate
David Howell Evans nickname
AC/DC "Razor's ___"
Better chance
Threshold
Razor feature
Living on the ___
What people are on during a nail-biter
Sword feature
Beat by a nose
Winning margin
Border
Just beat out
Move bit by bit
Move sideways
What a jumpy person is on
Just beat
Sharpness
See 28 Down
Precipice
Fringe
Narrow winning margin
Iconic U2 guitarist
U2 guitarist The ___
Move sideways
U2 guitarist
Nose (out)
What AC/DC's "Razor" is on
Kind of piece in a jigsaw puzzle
Best by a bit
Honer's goal
Sphere's lack
Slight advantage
Sidle
Sharp part
Cutting-___ (like the latest technology)
Perimeter
Leg up
Sidle
Border
"Postcards from the ___"
U2 guitarist, with "The"
Razor feature
On ___ (nervous)
AC/DC "The Razor's ___"
Faith No More "___ of the World"
Sharp part
Sphere's lack
Make sharper
Border line
Barely beat
One of twelve on a cube
Move sideways
Requisite sharpness
On __: nervous
Slight advantage
Upper hand
Outskirts
Trim, in a way
Sword side
Outer border
Head start
Frontier
Trim a lawn
Squeak past
Razor's cutter
Periphery
Sharp border
Cutting part
Table skirt spot
Blade runner
Boundary line
Hone
Blade's sharp side
"The Razor's __": Maugham novel
Leg up
Part of a skate blade
"Postcards from the ___" (1990)
Defeat by a hair
Do lawn work
Sharp part of a razor
Trim or rim
Beat, barely
Cusp
Helpful kind of piece for a jigsaw puzzle doer
Nose (out)
Skirt
Perimeter
Leg up
Part of a razor
Outskirts
On __: nervous
Hone
Blade's sharp side
"The Razor's __": Maugham novel
Competitive advantage
Beat by a whisker
Halftime lead, e.g.
Defeat, barely
Ad in, e.g.
"The ___ of Night" (TV soap)
Beat, but barely
Exciting seat part?
Finish a lawn job
Fringe
Good thing to have in competition
Upper hand
Leg up
Advantage
Razor's cutter
Move cautiously
Fringe
Competitive advantage
Brink
Beat by a whisker
"Postcards from the ___"
Athletes look for it
Beat, but barely
Defeat narrowly
Just beat out
What a jumpy person is on
Word after cutting or leading
Unlikely call during a coin flip
Sword's side
Shaving gel brand
It may be jagged
Razor feature
Sharp part of a blade
Razor's cutter
Move cautiously
What people are on during a nail-biter
Work (in)
Beat by a whisker
Slight advantage
Jumping-off point
Spot for a daredevil
Stropping target
Beat by a little
Trim or rim
Tense, after "on"
Periphery
Head start
Go cautiously
Border
Sharp part of a knife
Sharp part of a blade
Just beat
Boundary line
Trim or rim
Head start
What trained athletes look for
Table border
Go cautiously
Tense, after "on"
Beat by a point or two
Suspenseful part of the seat
Head start, e.g.
Good thing to have in a competition
Barbasol competitor
Advantageous position
Add fringe to, e.g.
A bit of superiority
Boundary
Razor's sharp part
S.C. Johnson shaving gel
Sedative target, with "the"
Sharpness
Vantage
Blade's sharpness
Proceed by moving sideways
Sharp side of a knife
U2 guitarist The ___
Advantage
Border
Perimeter
U2 guitarist, with "the"
Word with "jagged" or "ragged"
Tracing place
Sphere's lack
Tracing place
Stropping result
Nose (out)
Move bit by bit
Just beat
Falling-off point
Ax feature
Add fringe
Nervous, after "on"
Boundary
Result of honing
Narrow winning margin
Cutting place
Cutting ___ (vanguard)
Bad thing to go over
Rim
Periphery
Advantage
Cutting side
Scoring advantage
Something bad to be on
Nervous, after "on"
Innovative quality
Add fringe to
Razor's sharp part
Barely beat
Innovative quality
"Jagged ___" (1985 Glenn Close movie)
"The City on the ___ of Forever" (classic "Star Trek" episode)
Rim
Hone
Boundary line
Cutting ___
It may be cutting
One of a die's dozen
What trained athletes look for
It may be jagged
Just beat
Add a fringe to
Rim
Halftime lead, e.g.
Win by a nose
You're tense on this
Threshold
Sword part
Finish the lawn
Chisel feature
Barely beat
Scoring advantage
It may be jagged
Advance slowly
Cutting __
Outskirts
Sharp tone
Competitive __
Sharp part of a razor blade
Outer limit
Advantage
Table border
Risky place to live?
Bono bandmate, with "the"
Cutting-___ (like the latest technology)
Advantage
Just squeeze by
Risky place to live?
It can be the difference between winning and losing
Beat by a hair
Add a fringe to
Neaten, as a lawn
One of a cube's 12
Place for a fringe
Surface boundary
Barely beat
Fringe
Leg up
Gillette gel
Risky place to live?
It can be the difference between winning and losing
Beat by a hair
Advance gradually
Sharp side
Head start
Beat by a whisker
Border
Brink
Nose out
Hipness
Part that's sharp
Brink
Razor part
Flange
Fringe
Sphere's lack
Trim or rim
Leg up
Sidle
Athletes look for it
Drop-off spot
Head start
Move cautiously
Nose out
Head start, maybe
Outer limit
Head start
Touch of acrimony
Barely beat
Good thing to have in competition
Beat slightly
Advantage
Boundary line
Margin
Sharp part of a razor
Trim
Shaving cream brand
Narrowly defeat
Lip
Creep
Favorable margin
Improved position
Keenness
Outer limit
Do some lawn work
Bite
Rim … or trim
Part of a box
Somerset Maugham's "The Razor's ___"
Border
Razor feature
Verge
Better chance of winning
Drop-off spot
Lip
Margin
Shoulder, of sorts
Sphere's lack
Rim
Narrowly defeat
Favorable advantage
Word in a Maugham title
Outer limits
"Postcards From The ___"
Border
Add lace to, perhaps
Head start
Beat by a nose
Nose (out)
Move sideways
Inch
Beat by a whisker, with "out"
Threshold
Sidle
Lip
It may be cutting
Honer's concern
Barely better
Verge
Perimeter
"The __ of Night" (soap opera)
Competitive superiority
Do some lawn work
Place for the tense
Beat by a nose
Brink
Outer perimeter
Razor feature
Sharp side
Add a fringe to
Drop-off point
"The ___ of Night" (old soap opera)
Brink
Barely win, with "out"
Cutter
Move (toward)
Rim
Narrowly defeat, with "out"
Narrowly defeat
Move slowly
Penetrating quality
What a sphere lacks
Trim, in a way
Precipice
Houseman's "On Wenlock ___"
Head start, for example
Competitive ___
Better chance
Beat, but barely
Barbasol rival
Upper hand
Cutting side
Beat by a nose
Head start, say
Lip
Move sideways
Sharp surface
Sidle
Brim
Competitive advantage
Falling-off point
Foamy alternative
Satirical bite
Sharpen
Work (in)
Add fringe
Maugham's 'The Razor's --'
TV's 'The -- of Night'
Sharp side of a blade
Sharp side of a knife
Seat's most exciting part?
Add fringe
"The Razor's___"
Just beat
It may be cutting
Competitive plus
Nose out
Trim the lawn and hedge?
Sharpness of voice
Slight lead
Neaten the lawn
Liquor could help take it off
Chisel feature
Sharpness of voice
Sharpen
Sharp side of a knife
Sharp side of a blade
It may be cutting
Cutting side
Move slowly
Beat by a nose
Leg up
Postcards source?
Periphery
Effectiveness
Ragged part
Finish the lawn
Exciting seat part?
Border line
Blade
Penetrating quality
Sidle
Border
"The ___ of Night"
"The ____ Of Night"
"The ____ of Night" (TV soap)
Boundary
Word in a Maugham title
Maugham's "The Razor's ___"
Maugham's "The Razor's ___"
"The Razor's ___"
Attach lace
Brink
It can be cutting
It's often cutting
Paper-cut cause
Upper hand
Slight advantage
Periphery
Brand of shaving gel
Nose out
Fox News show, with "The"
Greater likeliness to win
Add fringe to
Finish the lawn
Maugham's 'The Razor's _____'
Competitive leg up
Head start, say
Move gingerly
Squeak past, in sports
Where film postcards come from?
"The __ of Night"
Verge
Beat by a nose
Jumping-off point
Cutting, at times
Head start, say
U2 member, with "The"
Win, barely
Leg up
Finish the lawn
Jumping-off point
SC Johnson shave gel
Result of honing
Racer's need
"The __ of Night"
Ax feature
Leg up
Lip
Sharp part of a knife
Sword feature
Threshold
"The Razor's __"
Barely nip
"Postcards From the _____"
Brim
Exciting seat part?
Cutting part
Squeak past, in sports
Slight lead in the polls
Nose out
Cutting part
Move Stealthily
A bit of superiority
Shaving gel brand
Narrowly defeat
Neaten the lawn
Sharpness
Halftime lead, e.g.
Advantage
Jumping-off point
Leg up
"The Razor's ___" (Maugham novel)
Advantageous position
"The ___ of Night"
Breaking point
Finish the lawn
Move slowly sideways
"Postcards from the _____"
Word with jagged or ragged
Lip
Margin
S.C. Johnson shaving product brand
Win by a nose with out
Competitive plus
Brim
Site of abutment
On ___: uptight
Superiority
Spot for a daredevil
Superiority
Shaving gel
Brim
Sharp quality
Cutting part
Cutting ___ (vanguard)
Transition point
Verge
Keenness
Superiority
Barely defeat
Sharp border
Gillette's sharp advantage?
Sharp side of a blade
Head start, perhaps
Hem
An épée's is dull
"The ___" (1997 Hopkins/Baldwin movie)
Shaving gel brand
Advantage
Barely beat, with "out"
Nervous, with "on"
Little advantage
Winning margin
Touchiness
Touch of acrimony
Handicap
Ice skater's line
See 33 Down
On __:nervous
Part of a razor
On___ (anxious)
Skate-blade part
Skate surface
Trim, as a photograph
Lick barely
"The Razor's -"; maugham
Leading___
TV's "The ____ of Night"
Hem
Honer's target
Borderline
Move laterally
Shaving-gel brand
Keenness, as of appetite
Sharpen
1988 Dick Francis thriller, with "The"
Sharpen, as a knife
Fisher's "Postcards From the _____"
Precipice part
Bezel
"The Razor's ___"
Flange
Selvage
Slight lead
Take the ___ off (dull)
Move hesitantly
What the house has at Reno
O'Connor's "The ___ of Sadness"
Tone of voice
Defeat narrowly, with "out"
Move gradually
Move cautiously
Maugham's "The Razor's ___"
John Lindsay's "The ___"
Inch
Defeat narrowly
Perimeter
What nervous Nellies are on
Betting advantage
On ___ (impatient)
Razor's feature
Ecotone
The favorite's got it
Successful gambler's asset
Gambler's delight
Beat out barely
Advance gradually
Fringe or flange
Trim the rim
Move sideways
On ___ (irritable)
Sharpness of a blade
"___ of Night"
On ___ (tense)
Tidy the lawn
Win a close victory, with "out"
Plain or deckle
"The Razor's ___."
Move gradually.
Arctic island
Cutting part.
Extremity.
Advantage.
Border.
Brink.
Ragged item.
Rim.
Strop.
Keenness.
Barely beat (out).
Advantage: Colloq.
Verge.
Sharpness.
Relative of 59 Down.
Hone.
On ___.
Fringe.
Sidle.
Move sideways.
"The ___ of Sadness."
Apply a border.
Lip.
Advance obliquely.
Sharpen.
Line of division.
On ___ (impatient).
Slight lead.
Favorable margin: Slang.
Margin.
Line where something begins or ends.
Move little by little.
Selvage.
Slight advantage.
Sharp side.
Part of a blade.
Move slowly.
On ___ (irritable).
Move by inches.
Cutting side of a blade.
Part of a razor blade.
Former New Jersey Governor.
Advantage, in sports.
Former Governor of New Jersey.
Governor Driscoll's predecessor.
Gov. Driscoll's predecessor.
New Jersey's Governor.
Outgoing Governor of New Jersey.
Chief Executive of Garden State.
Governor of New Jersey.
Governor of the Garden State.
Next Governor of New Jersey.
"The perilous ___ of battle."—Milton.
What a maven has over others
Advantage
Borderline
Falling-off point
Jigsaw starting point
Jumping-off point
Leg up
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