Etymology
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edged (adj.)

1590s, "having a sharp edge;" 1690s, "having a hem or border," past-participle adjective from edge (v.).

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Definitions of edged

edged (adj.)
having a specified kind of border or edge;
a black-edged card
dried sweat left salt-edged patches
rough-edged leaves
edged (adj.)
(of speech) harsh or hurtful in tone or character;
edged satire
Synonyms: cutting / stinging
edged (adj.)
having a cutting edge or especially an edge or edges as specified; often used in combination;
an edged knife
a two-edged sword
From wordnet.princeton.edu