Edgy [adjective]

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Some feel familiar and fun, some feel a little edgier and exciting, and others might be things you never want to try.

Along with the holiday fashion aesthetic, H&M’s latest drop includes dramatic volume, structured shapes and ruffles combined with an edgy undertone.

This online persona was edgy, outrageous, and oftentimes, outright filthy which helped qualify as viral content.

Moran praised Turning Point USA and said he took inspiration from its “avant garde, edgy style” in producing the video, although ultimately it’s a separate organization.

Walnut Hills is a neighborhood with beautiful Victorian homes, but a little edgier than other areas of town.

He seemed to me prickly, all sharp points and edgy, and I wished he could be more relaxed and more at ease.

Their request made the necessity for His coming sacrifice stand out more sharply to His view--with edgy sharpness.

He wanted to face her when he had a free mind, when she had slept well, when her temper was not so edgy.

Trouble was, the Chief had been getting edgy about costs lately, so we knew it was about time for the annual budget battle.

A soft breath of air touched the two gentle old people in the doorway and a fragrance of young, edgy things thrilled them.