On the edge of Definition & Meaning – Merriam-Webster

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Look to the best thrillers and mysteries to keep you on the edge of your seat, get lost in the possibilities of the best sci-fi and fantasy, and spark some joy with these 14 feel-good reads.

Jamieson Webster, Washington Post, 11 May 2023

The small lip on the edge of the platter helps catch any water that may seep out of your container.

Megan Boettcher, Better Homes & Gardens, 10 May 2023

Katy Perry, who has worn everything from cheeseburgers to light-up dresses to the Met Gala, always keeps us on the edge of our seats.

Brittany Natale, Redbook, 1 May 2023

Todd Haimes, who led the Roundabout Theatre Company from an off-off-Broadway company teetering on the edge of bankruptcy into a major theatrical force with works on five stages — including three Broadway theaters — and dozens of Tony Awards, has died at 66.

Mark Kennedy, Los Angeles Times, 20 Apr. 2023

The frailty of someone on the edge of breaking down manifested in the utter beauty of his phrasing and broken chords.

Liza Lentini, SPIN, 31 Mar. 2023

In 2018, Todd Interests acquired about two dozen properties along Cesar Chavez Boulevard and Commerce Street on the edge of downtown.

Steve Brown, Dallas News, 24 Mar. 2023

The Atlantic Path in Rockport RYAN HUDDLE/GLOBE STAFF A Flourish map That particular stretch is tricky to navigate on the rocks, with icy stretches in winter thanks to freshwater runoff, so the path followed rights of way leading through vegetation on the edge of several yards.

Billy Baker, BostonGlobe.com, 22 Mar. 2023

The Bulls are teetering on the edge of contention for the last spot in the play-in tournament, sitting 11th in the Eastern Conference after spending recent weeks bobbing between the 10th and 12th slots.

Julia Poe, Chicago Tribune, 15 Mar. 2023

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