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Definition of "wedging" []

  • Present participle of wedge. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "wedging" in a sentence
  • "I groped my way back to my couch over the ruins of the steward's crockery, and, by a judicious use of padding, succeeded in wedging myself in tight, and so slept soundly till morning."
  • "Her disciple, George MacReady Price, came up with the idea of wedging all of geology into the Noachian Flood."
  • "She caught the white of his shirt, and a boot slid into the opening, wedging the door open."
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