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1. noun In cricket, a hit that goes off the top edge of a bat held sideways. I think I can get a top edge against this bowler.
2. verb To hit the ball in such a way. Albert just top edged the ball.
edge around (something)
To move around something very carefully. The path was so narrow that I had to edge around the pool to avoid tumbling into it.
To move slowly away from someone or something. I didn't want to agitate the dog any further, so I edged away from it and then, at a safe distance, bolted out of the yard.
edge with (something)
To put or attach something on the border of something else. A noun or pronoun can be used between "edge" and "with." Haley said to not edge the wall with a floral border because it looks something grandma would have in her house.
See also: edge
edge away (from someone or something)
to move cautiously away from someone or something. We edged away from the dirty man in the ragged clothes. As others saw the gun, they edged away.