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edgy

Art (of paintings, drawings, etc.) excessively defined
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On Sunday, Cubs manager Joe Maddon said he liked the bit of edginess.
The lack of edginess, the absence of the working culture and assurances that allow young Tunisians to get a bank loan are the main causes that prevent them from starting their own businesses, said Neji Jalloul, Director General of Tunisian Institute of Strategic Studies (ITES)
Boro are full of confidence and playing well enough to take advantage of any edginess at Elland Road, which is creeping in after three straight losses.
Vic's dry, satirical voice captures the edginess she portrays.
Fragile Like Us is recommended for fans of books by Morgan Matson and Sarah Dessen who also want the edginess of Carrie Mesrobian novels.--Stephanie Wilkes.
week feel "No one in our squad has ever won anything, and before the quarter-final in Dublin last week I could really feel the nerves and edginess.
Unlike A Play, A Pie, And A Pint, heavy subjects are often given a comedic twist - a quirky edginess that comes through in all six shorts.
"In the last few games I hadn't seen the sort of edginess I saw here so we'll have a talk about that in the week and try and get them to believe a little bit more in what they can do."
None of the silly edginess you get on social media.
The increasing number of terror incidents across the country has sent a wave of nervousness and edginess, necessitating it for them to purchase arms for their own protection.
A little charm goes but a little way in "An Audience With Meow Meow," a show with a title character whose program bio description as a "post-post-modern diva" likewise overestimates her edginess, which is merely butter-knife grade.