edge by

edge by (someone or something)

To move very carefully past someone or something. To avoid the person on the corner handing out fliers, Millie edged by him and didn't make eye contact. The path was so narrow that I had to edge by the pond to avoid tumbling into it.
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edge by (someone or something)

to move carefully past someone or something. Try to edge by the portly gentleman carefully. He is very grumpy about being bumped. Edge by as carefully as you can.
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