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a.1.Like a wedge; wedge-shaped.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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We'd bomb and wedgy, dook and splash, and annoy our swimming coaches.
Whether it can pack such exuberant charm, such aural splendour, into its wedgy, low-slung silhouette, though, remains to be seen.
This allowed for the creation of numerous identical blocks cast from molds, resulting in cubical, spherical, and wedgy blocks with different mass.
There were no sheet metal changes made in the 2012 facelift: just mild cosmetic updates to a front end that now featured a set of wedgy A6-style headlamps positioned either side of a smarter single-frame grille and above a re-styled bumper and revised air intakes.