ledge[ lej ]SEE DEFINITION OF ledge
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LEDGE
The guillemot makes no nest, merely laying a single egg on a ledge.
I cried out, and in a foolish effort to save him, I must have let go of the ledge to which I clung.
The man who lay on the ledge of the grating was even chilled.
I said: "Is that a ledge out in the field where sumachs and birches are growing?"
The Major's folded arms dropped off the ledge, as if they had been suddenly paralyzed.
She was in a little tent now, not far from the base of my ledge.
The ledge was covered with fine sand, as if on purpose for a duel.
The ledge on which we were to fight formed an almost regular triangle.
When the smoke had cleared away, Grushnitski was not to be seen on the ledge.
It was after sunrise when they reached the ledge where codfish most do congregate.