edge[ ej ]SEE DEFINITION OF edge
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The edge of the garment was curiously wrought with golden palm leaves.
Along the edge of the green pines and spruce were lavender asters.
Looking around him, he at length, from the edge of the valley, descried Robert.
Now he scanned the trees on the edge of the clearing with painful anxiety.
And then they came to the edge of the cliff, where the heel marks ended.
By this time the English boats had reached the water's edge.
But is there no gate because we find none on the edge of the wood where it seemed to lie?
She went white and clutched the edge of the table, with her eyes closed.
He sat down on the edge of the balcony and stared out blankly.
Johnny was close on the edge of his long sleep by that time, and very comfortable.
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