wedgy

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wedge +‎ -y

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wedgy (comparative more wedgy, superlative most wedgy)

  1. Resembling a wedge, especially in shape
    • 2007 March 18, Rob Sass, “End of a Breed”, New York Times:
      The wedgy Triumph was lauded as having “the shape of things to come.”

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