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edge

1. noun, slang Mild intoxication. I only had a couple of beers. Enough to get a bit of an edge, but nothing debilitating.
2. noun, slang Intensity or severity. We won't be having lunch for another hour, but if you're hungry now, I've got some snacks to take the edge off. We can give you some medication to help take the edge off the pain.
3. verb, vulgar slang To provide just enough sexual stimulation to approach but not reach orgasm. Usually said of males.
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edged

mod. alcohol or drug intoxicated. We were edged and full of rich food. We needed only to sleep.
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Almost all of the research on edged-weapon assaults has come from Great Britain where, due to their stringent gun laws, attacks most likely occur with an edged weapon, rather than a firearm.
Unlike the studies conducted in the United Kingdom that involved only knives, this study included swords, machetes, sickle-shaped implements, gardening tools, and various edged weapons indigenous to Indonesia, such as the curved karambit.
A review of 20 years of law enforcement injury reports in the United States indicated that on average, 1, 358 officers are attacked with edged weapons each year.
The 21-foot rule, a dogma of law enforcement training, has held that at a distance closer than 21 feet, a suspect with an edged weapon in hand could stab an officer before that officer could fire two shots.
Unlike shooting a firearm, lashing out with an edged weapon is a primitive, instinctive action that a subject can accomplish in that 10- to 15-second window.
To install wood edging, select a decay-resistant, dimensioned lumber, typically a 2 x 6, and cut to length for each section to be edged. Cut enough 1 foot long 1 x 2 treated stakes to place one at both ends of each edging piece and one every 2 feet along the perimeter.