Having the shape of a wedge; thick at one end and tapered at the other.(adjective)
Stuck; jammed: couldn't remove the wedged quarter from the vending machine. (adjective)
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Use "wedged" in a sentence
"The phrase wedged itself into the space between her breaths."
"Patrick turned back toward the trap and once again wedged an edge of the spring against the ground."
"They're the ones who have the "presumptuous" label wedged into their tiny little brains, and they're the ones who will be flacking that until Nov. 4."