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noun as in uneasiness

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Night City itself, as with the rest of Cyberpunk, is only “edgy” as defined by a 14-year-old in 2004.

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Lou Reed, David Bowie and Iggy Pop were still edgy enough to raise eyebrows and had not yet vaulted into the mainstream.

The music, playing as you look at the portraits, still has that thrilling, singalong edginess to it.

You see that they've lost their sharp wit and edginess, but you've long come to terms with that.

Embracing that edginess, then, as she seems to be doing, would be key.

It managed to walk the tightrope of edginess and heart without wobbling too nerve-rackingly in either direction.

Don't be afraid of over-exactness, nor of hardness and edginess here.

Every one would know that the clean and clever little story was her own and the edginess his.

This also should so break up the edges as to get rid of any feeling of squareness or edginess.


On this page you'll find 279 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to edginess, such as: anger, annoyance, anxiety, eagerness, excitement, and nervousness.

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