Word: EDGE

The word EDGE has appeared in at least 1099 clues on different crosswords.

Clue(s)
"""...the children's teeth are set on ___"" (Jer. 31:29)"
"""And Israel smote him with the ___ of the sword"""
"""And Israel smote him with the ___ of the sword"" (Num 21:2"
"""Close to the ___"" (Yes album)"
"""If the iron be blunt, and he do not whet the ___"" (Eccl."
"""Postcards From The ___"""
"""Postcards From the ___"""
"""Postcards from the ___"""
"""Postcards from the ___"" (1990)"
"""Postcards from the ___"" (Meryl Streep film)"
"""The City on the ___ of Forever"" (classic ""Star Trek"" episode)"
"""The Razor's -""; maugham"
"""The Razor's ___"""
"""The Razor's ___"" (Maugham novel)"
"""The Razor's ___"": Maugham novel"
"""The ___ Of Night"""
"""The ___ of Glory"" (Lady Gaga song)"
"""The ___ of Night"""
"""The ___ of Night"" (TV soap)"
"""The ___ of Night"" (soap opera)"
"""The ___ of Sadness."""
"""The ___"" (1997 Anthony Hopkins film)"
"""The ___"" (1997 Hopkins/Baldwin movie)"
"""___ of Night"""
"""___ of the Universe"" (Bee Gees song)"
'The Razor's ___'
'The Razor's ___.'
'The Razor's___'
'The ___ of Night' (old soap opera)
'___ of Night'
"1988 Dick Francis thriller, with ""The"""
2n
A M
A bit of superiority
A razor has a sharp one
A razor has one
A shaky thing to be on
A shot may take it off
"AC/DC ""Razor's ___"""
"AC/DC ""The Razor's ___"""
"Ad in, e.g."
Add a fringe to
Add fringe
Add fringe to
"Add fringe to, e.g."
"Add lace to, perhaps"
Added boost
Advance gradually
Advance obliquely.
Advance slowly
Advantage
Advantage a good player has in a poker game*
Advantage.
Advantage: Colloq.
Advantageous position
"Aerosmith ""Livin' on the ___"""
An
Apply a border.
Arctic island
Athletes look for it
Atlanta R&B quartet Jagged ___
Attach lace
Ax feature
Bad thing to go over
"Bandmate of Larry Mullen, Jr., with ""the"""
Barbasol competitor
Barbasol rival
Barely beat
Barely beat (out).
"Barely beat, with ""out"""
Barely better
Barely defeat
Barely nip
"Barely win, with ""out"""
Beat (out)
Beat by a bit
Beat by a hair
Beat by a nose
Beat by a point or two
Beat by a whisker
"Beat by a whisker, with ""out"""
"Beat by one run, say"
"Beat in a regatta, but barely"
Beat out barely
Beat slightly
"Beat, barely"
"Beat, but barely"
"Beat, but not badly"
Benefit of one-upmanship
Best by a bit
"Best, but barely"
Better chance
Better chance of winning
Betting advantage
Bezel
Bite
Bite lip (4)
Blackthorn
Blade
Blade feature
Blade runner
Blade's sharp side
Blade's sharpness
Bono bandmate
"Bono bandmate, with ""the"""
Border
Border line
"Border, as of the fairway"
Border.
Borderline
Boundary
Boundary line
Boundary's limitless hedges (4)
Brand of shaving gel
Breaking point
Brim
Brink
Brink.
Business advantage
Business part of a blade
Certain puzzle piece
Chisel feature
Chisel part
Christian's long-time tag team partner in the WWE
"Classic Yes album ""Close to the ___"""
"Coast, to a continent"
Coin feature
Competitive ___
Competitive advantage
Competitive leg up
Competitive plus
Controversial aspect
Creep
Cube part
Cusp
Cutter
Cutting ___
Cutting ___ (most advanced)
Cutting ___ (vanguard)
Cutting part
Cutting part.
Cutting place
Cutting side
"Cutting, at times"
Cutting-___ (like the latest technology)
David Howell Evans nickname
Decorate the perimeter of
Defeat barely
Defeat by a hair
Defeat narrowly
"Defeat narrowly, with ""out"""
"Defeat, barely"
Dividing line
Do a lawn job
Do lawn work
Do some lawn work
Drop-off point
Drop-off spot
Eager
Ecotone
Effectiveness
Epee's lack
Exciting seat part?
Extreme border
Extremity.
"Faith No More ""___ of the World"""
Falling-off point
Favorable advantage
Favorable margin
Favorable margin: Slang.
Finish a lawn job
Finish the lawn
"Fisher's ""Postcards From the ___"""
Flange
Foamy alternative
Ford SUV
"Fox News show, with ""The"""
Fringe
Fringe or flange
Fringe.
Frontier
Gambler's delight
Gillette gel
Gillette's sharp advantage?
Go Marcel Marceau one better
Go cautiously
Good thing to have in a competition
Good thing to have in competition
Good thing to have when competing
Greater likeliness to win
Green's border
"Guitarist Dave Evans, with ""The"""
Guitarist on the rim?
"Halftime lead, e.g."
Handicap
Harsh element
Harsh quality
Head start
"Head start, e.g."
"Head start, for example"
"Head start, maybe"
"Head start, say"
Helpful kind of piece for a jigsaw puzzle doer
Hem
Hipness
Hold oneself back from coming
Home field advantage
"Homefield advantage, e.g."
Hone
Hone.
Honed side
Honer's concern
Honer's goal
Honer's target
"Hopkins/Baldwin film, ""The ___"""
Ice skater's line
Iconic U2 guitarist
Improved position
Inch
Innovative quality
Intense quality
Intensity
It can be cutting
It can be the difference between winning and losing
It can get dull
It may be cutting
It may be cutting or ragged
It may be jagged
It may be leading or cutting
It may be pinked
It's often cutting
It's uncomfortable to be on it
Jigsaw gimme
Jigsaw puzzle piece type
"Jigsaw puzzle solver's start, often"
"Jigsaw puzzle solver's starting point, often"
Jigsaw puzzler's starting place
Jigsaw starting point
Jittery people are on it
"John Lindsay's ""The ___"""
Jumping-off place
Jumping-off point
Just beat
Just beat out
Just squeeze by
Keen quality
Keenness
"Keenness, as of appetite"
Keenness.
Kind of piece in a jigsaw puzzle
Knife feature
"Larry Mullen, Jr. bandmate"
Lawn border
Leading___
Leg up
Lick barely
Limit
Line of division.
Line where something begins or ends.
Lip
Lip.
Liquor could help take it off
Little advantage
Living on the ___
"Lyricist for Broadway's disastrous 'Spider-Man,' with 'the'"
"Lyricist on Broadway's ""Spider-Man,"" with ""The"""
Make sharper
Margin
Margin.
"Maugham's ""The Razor's ___"""
Maugham's 'The Razor's --'
Maugham's 'The Razor's ___'
Meeting place?
"Minor Threat ""Straight ___"""
Move (toward)
Move Stealthily
Move bit by bit
Move by inches
Move cautiously
Move gingerly
Move gradually
Move gradually.
Move hesitantly
Move laterally
Move little by little
Move sideways
Move sideways.
Move slowly
Move slowly sideways
Move stealthily
Narrow winning margin
Narrowly defeat
"Narrowly defeat, with ""out"""
Neaten the lawn
"Nervous, after ""on"""
Nip at the wire
Nose (out)
Nose out
"O'Connor's ""The ___ of Sadness"""
On ___ (impatient)
On ___ (impatient).
On ___ (irritable)
On ___ (nervous)
On ___ (tense)
On ___.
On ___: nervous
On ___: uptight
On ___:nervous
On___ (anxious)
One of 12 in a cube
One of 30 on an icosahedron
"One of Adam Clayton's bandmates, with ""The"""
One of a die's dozen
One of twelve on a cube
"One-run lead, say"
Outer area
Outer border
Outer boundary
Outer limit
"Outer limit, as of the green"
Outer limits
Outskirts
Paper-cut cause
Part of a blade
Part of a blade or a balcony
Part of a box
Part of a razor
Part of a skate blade
Part of a sword blade
Part that's sharp
Penetrating quality
Perimeter
Periphery
Place for the tense
Plain or deckle
Postcards source?
Pre-3G data service
Precarious side of life
Precipice
Precipice part
Proceed by moving sideways
Racer's need
Ragged item.
Ragged part
Razor feature
Razor part
Razor's cutter
Razor's feature
Razor's sharp part
Requisite sharpness
Result of honing
Rim
Rim
Rim.
Risky place
Risky place to live?
"Rock guitarist Dave Evans, to the world (with ""The"")"
S.C. Johnson shaving gel
S.C. Johnson shaving product brand
SC Johnson shave gel
SNL has one to it
Satirical bite
"Satirical quality, often"
Scoring advantage
Seat's most exciting part?
"Sedative target, with ""the"""
Selvage
Sharp border
Sharp part
Sharp part of a blade
Sharp part of a knife
Sharp part of a razor
Sharp quality
Sharp side
Sharp side of a blade
Sharp side of a knife
Sharp tone
Sharpen
"Sharpen, as a knife"
Sharpen.
Sharpness
Sharpness of a blade
Sharpness of voice
Sharpness.
Shaving brand
Shaving cream brand
Shaving gel
Shaving gel brand
Shaving gel name
Shaving-gel brand
"Shoulder, of sorts"
Sidle
Sidle along
Sidle.
Site of abutment
Skate surface
Skate-blade part
Skier's need for turning
Skirt
Slicing side
Slight advantage
Slight lead
Slight lead in the polls
Slight lead.
Small advantage
Small lead
"Some live on it (with ""the"")"
"Some live on it, with ""the"""
"Somerset Maugham's ""The Razor's ___"""
Something bad to be on
Something shady
Something to take the ___ off
Sphere's lack
Spot for a daredevil
Squeak by
Squeak past
"Squeak past, in sports"
"Stevie Nicks ""___ of Seventeen"""
Strop.
Stropping result
Stropping target
Successful gambler's asset
Superiority
Suspenseful part of the seat
Sword feature
Sword part
Sword side
Sword's side
Sylvia Plath's last poem
"TV's ""The ___ of Night"""
TV's 'The -- of Night'
Table border
Table skirt spot
Take the ___ off (dull)
"Tense, after ""on"""
"The ___ (U2 guitarist who co-wrote the rock musical ""Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark"")"
The ___ (U2 guitarist)
The ___ (U2's guitarist)
The cutting ___
The favorite's got it
Threshold
Tidy the lawn
Tip or top
Tone of voice
Touch of acrimony
Touchiness
Tracing place
Transition point
Trim a lawn
Trim or rim
Trim the lawn and hedge?
Trim the rim
"Trim, as a photograph"
"Trim, in a way"
"Try to enhance one's orgasm, in a way"
"U2 band member, with ""The"""
U2 bandmember
U2 guitarist
"U2 guitarist (with ""The"")"
U2 guitarist The ___
"U2 guitarist, with ""The"""
"U2 guitarist, with 'the'"
"U2 guy, with ""The"""
"U2 member, with ""The"""
U2's The ___
"U2's guitarist, with ""The"""
Unlikely call during a coin flip
Upper hand
Vantage
Verge
Verge.
Want trained athletes look for
Water's ___ (shore)
"Wham! hit ""___ of Heaven"""
"What AC/DC's ""Razor"" is on"
"What Aerosmith is ""Livin' on""?"
What a good player has over the others*
What a good player has*
What a good poker player has*
What a jumpy person is on
What a maven has over others
What a slight favorite has
What a sphere lacks
What a tense person may be on
What people are on during a nail-biter
What the house has at Reno
What to do to the last word of each starred answer
What trained athletes look for
Where a skate meets the ice
Where film postcards come from?
Where this answer is
Whetter's concern
"Win 4-3, e.g."
"Win a close victory, with ""out"""
Win by a nose
Win by a nose with out
Winning margin
"With ""The,"" bandmate of Bono"
"With ""The,"" noted rock guitarist"
Word after cutting or leading
Word in a Maugham title
"Word with ""jagged"" or ""ragged"""
Word with cutting or leading
Word with jagged
Word with jagged or ragged
Work (in)
You're tense on this
Windows 10’s browser
Borderline
Nervous people are on it
Beat barely
Beat (out)
Just beat
Competitive advantage
Favorable margin
Razor feature
Upper hand
Starting jigsaw puzzle piece usually
Competitive advantage
Margin
Border of hedges
Brink
Slight advantage
Keenness
The —, 1997 film drama starring Anthony Hopkins and Alec Baldwin
Rim
One of a die's dozen
Margin
Border of hedges
Border
Just beat
Brink
Brink
Verge
Barely defeat
Rim
Brink
Boundary
Slight advantage
Rim
Cliff's brink
Margin or rim
Beat, but barely
Exciting part of a seat?
Fringe
Outer boundary
Barely beat
Pizza crust, e.g
Border
Advantage
Perimeter
Advantage
2010 novel by Jeffery Deaver
Outer boundary
Outer limit
Brim
Border
Upper hand
Business part of a knife
Border, boundary
Border
Slight advantage
Advantage
Brink
Razor feature
Advantage
Knife part
Verge
Verge, brink
Verge
Border
Margin
Border of hedges
Brink
One of a cube's dozen
Outer limit
Harsh quality
Border
Business part of a blade
Margin
Rim
Verge
Better but barely?
Lippy type of characters involved in applied genetics
Brim
Verge
Move stealthily
Narrow advantage
"Postcards From the ___" (Streep film)
Rim
Narrowly defeat
Rim
Rim
Boundary
Rim
Perimeter or border
Margin
Border of hedges
Rim
Margin
Border of hedges
Blade part
Blade part
Blade part
Sharp side of a blade
Margin
Margin
Margin
Margin
Ax feature
Ax feature
Outer boundary
Outer boundary
Boundary
Boundary
Boundary
Boundary
Boundary
Boundary
Do a lawn job
Margin
Margin
Slight advantage
Slight advantage
Cliff's brink
Cliff's brink
Slight advantage
Slight advantage
Barely defeat
Cliff's brink
Cliff's brink
Outer boundary
Margin
Margin
Border of hedges
Border of hedges
Rim
Border
Border
Border, rim
Defeat, barely
Perimeter
Outer rim
Defeat by a hair
Perimeter
Outer boundary
Jigsaw puzzler's starting place
Advantage
Advantage
One of a cube's dozen
Border
Brim
Border
Brim
Upper hand
Guitarist with U2
Border
Brink
Brink
Verge
Border
Margin
Border
Defeat by a whisker
Side
Border of hedges
Keen attitude, say, of French in retreat
Slight lead
Border, rim
Rim
Barely defeat
It's farthest from the middle
Border
Rim
Rim
Jigsaw puzzler's starting place, usually
Blade part
Blade part
Perimeter
Rim
Margin
Margin
Brink
Border
__ wear (sign of tire underinflation)
Boundary
Boundary
Head start, e.g.
Move gingerly
Satirical quality
Extract of weed generating irritability
Rim
Slight advantage
Just beat
Margin
Cliff's brink
Border
Margin
Perimeter
Guitarist with U2
Rim
Verge
Schedule (6)
Time and motion list (6)
Rim
Defeat, barely
Advantage
Verge
Threshold
Periphery
Rim
Beat by a whisker
Brim
Outer boundary
Brink
Nip at the wire
Border
Border
Upper hand
Outer limit
Margin or rim
Lippy type of characters involved in applied genetics
Margin
Margin
Border of hedges
Border
Verge
Barely defeat
Word after cutting or leading
Rim
Verge
Border
Outer margin
Rim
Blade part
Some old-fashioned general has the advantage
Word with cutting or leading
Just beat
Outer boundary
Margin
Border, rim
Barely beat
Margin
Border of hedges
Margin
Outer boundary
Sharp side
One of a cube's 12
Keenness
Margin
Border of hedges
Upper hand
Guitarist with U2
Brink
It's farthest from the middle
Part of a cutting tool
Brink
Boundary
Rim
Border
Slight advantage
Boundary
Margin
Cliff's brink
Ford crossover SUV
Lip
Advantage
Head start, e.g.
Margin
Border of hedges
Lawn border
Border
It's often cutting
Brink
Border
Brink
Border
Verge
Slight advantage
Advantage
Not all educated gents may be sharp
Border
Margin
Neaten, as a lawn
Rim
Margin
Border of hedges
Rim
The —, 1997 film drama starring Anthony Hopkins and Alec Baldwin
Every knife has one
Brink
Brim
Barely beat (out)
Margin or rim
It's farthest from the middle
Brink
Knife feature
Leg up
Margin
Border of hedges
Margin
Head start
Brink
Verge
Border
U2 guitarist
Brink
Slight advantage
Sharp quality
Word after cutting or leading
Outer limit
Rim
Margin
Border of hedges
Rim
Margin
Border of hedges
Brim
Border
Slight advantage
Outer boundary
Brink
Some old-fashioned general has the advantage
Rim
Rim
Margin
Border of hedges
Rim
Penetrating nature
Defeat, just
Blade part
Margin
Border of hedges
Margin
Advantage
Blade part
Side
Outer border
Advantage
Bite
Verge
Barely beat
Defeat by a whisker
The answer to this clue is located on one
Perimeter
Boundary
Border
U2 guitarist
Rim
Word after jagged or ragged
Slight advantage
Cliff's brink
Margin
Slight advantages on a hill, in battle
Tighten up a lawn
Upper hand
Beat at the buzzer
Margin
Border of hedges
Beat by a bit
Rim
Perimeter
Intense quality
Brink
Advantage
Perimeter
Rim
Drop-off spot?
2010 novel by Jeffery Deaver
Advantage
Word after cutting or leading
Brim
Defeat by a hair
Brink
Margin
Border of hedges
Border
Striking quality
Verge
Defeat narrowly
Move slowly to the brink
Margin
Margin
Border of hedges
Margin
Border of hedges
Margin
Border of hedges
Blade part
Rim
Meeting of two sides
Head start, e.g.
Area next to a steep drop
Add fringe to
Margin
Border of hedges
Outer boundary
Rim
Lip
Verge
Just beat out
Sharpness
Rim
Upper hand
Rim
Blade part
Periphery
Lip
Brink
Margin
Margin
Border of hedges
Margin
Halftime lead, e.g.
Threshold
Inside track
Verge
Word after leading or cutting
Boundary
Boundary
Brink of a cliff
Margin
Border of hedges
Rim
Slight advantage
Dropping-off point?
Verge
Border
Frontier
Best, but barely
Brink
Verge
Slight advantage
Margin
Border of hedges
Result of honing
Advantage
Cliff's brink
Drop-off spot
One of 12 on a cube
Border
One of a cube's 12
Either of two on some knives
Slight advantage
Word after cutting or leading
Gambler's delight
Hem
Perimeter
Defeat, barely
Lip
Brink
Border
Roof part
Brim
Advantage
Barely defeat
Trim
Margin
Border of hedges
Outer limit
Paper's margin
Knife blade
Outer boundary
Outer boundary
Brink
Rim
On the ___; barely holding on
Keenness
Sharp part of a razor
Trim
Rim
Rim
Margin
Brim
Border of united Germany
You're tense on this
Border
Border
"The Cutting ___" (film starring Moira Kelly as a figure skater)
On the cutting ____
Cutting-___ technology
Razor's sharp side
Brink
Roof part
Cutting-___ (pioneering)
Live on the ___ (take risks)
Upper hand
Fringe
Border
Cliff margin
Outer limit
Blade's business end
Margin
Brink
Slight advantage
Border of a table
Margin
Leg up
Slight advantage
Rim
Rim
Rim
Margin
Border of hedges
Border
Outer limit
Boundary
Blade part
Fringe
Verge
Ice-skate part
Perimeter
Just barely beat
Margin
Slight advantage
Outer limit
Word after cutting or leading
A razor has a sharp one
Cliff's border
Brink
Margin
Margin
Border of hedges
Outer limit
Margin
Brink
Razor feature
Rim
Barely beat
Sharp side of a razor
Sidle
Rim
Rim
Advantage
Beat by one run, say
Border
Nip in the end
Boundary
Outer limit
"The River's ____"
Lucky thing to get in Ping-Pong
Border
Periphery
Slight advantage
Razor's sharp side
Margin or rim
Brink
Margin
"___ of Tomorrow" (2014 Tom Cruise adventure film)
Boundary
"The ___ of Night" (old soap)
Slight advantage
Border
Margin
Border of hedges
Cliff's brink
Razor's cutting part
Slight advantage
Upper hand
Do landscaping work
Sharp part of a knife
Periphery
"The ___ of Night" (old soap)
Margin
Brink
Boundary line
Sharp part of a knife
Rim
Hem
Verge
Border
Brink
Advantage
Perimeter
Head start
Rim
Upper hand
Fringe
Outer border
Frontier
Move furtively
Margin
Border of hedges
Border
Border
Rim
Outdo, barely
Cliff rim
Blade part
Margin
Border of hedges
One of 12 on a cube
Rim
Border
Brink
Sharp border
Brim
Brink
Head start