wedge between (someone or something)(redirected from wedging someone between)
wedge between (someone or something)
1. To become lodged, jammed, or stuck in a tight space between two people or things. The ball had wedged between two branches at the top of the tree, so there was no way to get it down. Some jerk wedged between me and my girlfriend and just stayed stuck there for the whole concert.
2. To jam or lodge someone or something in a tight space between two people or things. A noun or pronoun is used between "wedge" and "between"; often used in passive constructions. The table kept wobbling, so I wedged a napkin into the gap between the floor and one of the legs. I was wedged between Bill and Steve for the entire bus ride home.
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