Part of speech:
The bank, esp. when steep, of a river or other body of water
An edge and the area immediately adjacent to it; a border.
To be a fringe for; line
An ornamental strip of flowers or shrubs along the edge of a garden, walk, etc.
An indefinite area intermediate between two qualities or conditions:
The water at such an edge
Keenness, as of desire or enjoyment; zest:
The area along a boundary; the margin.
The metal flange surrounding the wheel of an automotive vehicle, on which the tire is mounted
The edge, brink, or margin (of something)
(Mathematics) The length of such a boundary.
(Intransitive) To touch at a border (with on or upon).
Inch is defined as to slowly move closer.
To join or be joined end to end; abut.
To begin to move in such a manner:
To adjoin; to border on; to cease at the point of contact; to connect or join at a border; to share a common border with.
To be next to each other; be in contact
To sharpen (a knife, for example); hone.
To fashion one's views for momentary popularity or advantage.
To move sideways:
Side is defined as to align oneself. Side is defined as to put a new finish on a surface.
To make or become sharp or sharper.
To put around or along a rim
To outline is to summarize the main points or to draw the outer edge of something.
To take a sip or sips of alcoholic liquor:
(Economics) To add margin to:
To place the lips in the proper position for playing (a wind instrument)
Hem is defined as to fold and sew a piece of fabric to create a finished border.
To move with noisy friction; grate:
To transact business with a bank or maintain a bank account.
To give an advantage to; be a benefit or aid to
(Intransitive) To exert a binding or restraining influence.
To function; operate:
Wind can also mean to wrap something around or to turn a handle of a clock so that the clock will work properly.
To introduce or work into gradually, indirectly, and artfully
To penetrate, or cause to penetrate (a region or group) gradually or stealthily, so as to attack or to seize control from within
To move or be moved by careful shifting, slow pressure, etc.
To border or edge with something
(Intransitive) To become thicker (in the sense of more viscous).
To dull the edge of (a knife, for example).
To move along in a rapid, reckless, awkward way
To wander from or become ignorant of:
To furnish with a center
To put into; insert
To stir the emotions:
To trim the edge of
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