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edgy

Art (of paintings, drawings, etc.) excessively defined
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After the red carpet, she changed into an edgy Nedret Taciroglu pant-suit for the Grey Goose party.
To kick off those efforts, Downtown Inc is putting a call out for community submissions to help tell the city's historically edgy story.
Gown: The Givenchy gown was not as Edgy as most people expected, but it was jaw-droppingly beautiful and will be copied ad nauseam.
She agreed that the ad featuring actors playing a transgender woman, a sanctuary-state supporter, and a woman who's had a publicly financed abortion is "edgy."
I think this feisty young prince has got the edgy genes of his great-grandpa Philip.
BEIRUT: With his edgy performance and voice, it was certain that the four judges would turn around for Lebanese talent Marc Hatem in the French version of The Voice Saturday.
Given the quandary raised by The Lovely Bones, I decided to ask some editors how edgy is too edgy for middle grade, young adult, and new adult titles.
KICK-ASS (Channel4, tonight, 10.05pm) THIS enjoyably edgy comic-book action comedy sees Aaron Taylor-Ta Johnson cast as an American teenager who becomes a real-life superhero.
She has stunned everyone when she appeared at a premiere of her latest film "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire." Here are her top 3 edgy looks at the movie's premiere that grabbed enormous attention.
And, it's no boring monotone styles or basic bandeaux, designs with edgy detailing and stylish separates made the cut.
Opens Friday THE STARS Eric Bana, Olivia Wilde THE VERDICT THIS edgy crime-thriller blends family issues into a crime-gonewrong story.
Summary: Muscat: It was a mix of edgy, explorative ballet and classical, romantic ballet at the ...