fringe[ frinj ]SEE DEFINITION OF fringe
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FRINGE
But the fringe did not reach to the ground and under the bush, in its dark interior.
Dissembling her displeasure, she praised the hammer-cloth, and especially the fringe.
One might edge a wall-paper or fringe a robe with a recurring decimal.
A fringe of ice had formed during the night along the shore.
The woods leaned over the fringe of bushes cool and green and silent.
She was fond of Marcia; but her daughter occupied, in truth, only the fringe of her thoughts.
The fringe of light was just playing on the bow when Caradoc leaped.
The men-folk were allowed no nearer than the fringe of their bristling skirts.
There was thus always a fringe of peasant families on the verge of destitution.
Madame Lerat's fringe looked as though it had been dipped in the coffee.