Word: EDGED

The word EDGED has appeared in at least 225 clues on different crosswords.

Clue(s)
Advanced cautiously
Advanced gradually
Advanced slowly
Advanced slowly.
Advanced with care
Barely beat
"Barely beat (with ""out"")"
Barely beat out
"Barely beat, at battle of bands"
"Barely beat, with 'out'"
Barely beaten
Barely defeated
Barely defeted
Barely nosed out
"Barely won, with ""out"""
Beat (out)
Beat at the buzzer
Beat barely
Beat by a bit
Beat by a hair
Beat by a nose
Beat by a run
Beat by a whisker
"Beat by one, say"
Beat in a close one
Beat out
"Beat, but barely"
"Beat, but just barely"
Beaten (out)
Beaten by a whisker
Bordered
Bordered.
Crept
"Cutting, as a remark"
Cutting.
Defeated by a whisker
Defeated narrowly.
"Defeated, but barely"
Did a lawn job
Did a lawn maintenance job
Double- -- sword
Double-___
Double-___ (risky)
Double-___ sword
Finished a lawn job
Formed the border of
Fringed
Hard-___ (tough)
Having a border
Having boundaries
Honed.
Inched
Inched (along slowly)
Just beat
Just beat out
Like some tools.
Like some weapons
Lined
Made a border
Made a border.
Made one's way sideways
Moved along a cliff
Moved cautiously
Moved furtively
Moved gingerly
Moved gradually
Moved gradually.
Moved hesitantly
Moved hesitatingly
Moved sideways
Moved sidewise
Moved slowly
Moved slowly.
Moved stealthily
Moved with caution
Narrowly defeated
"Narrowly defeated, with ""out"""
Neatened the garden
Neatened the lawn
"Neatened the lawn, in a way"
Neatened the outskirts of the lawn
Nosed (out)
Nosed out
Put a border on
Put on a border
Razor-sharp.
Rimmed
"Rory Gallagher: ""___ In Blue"""
Sarcastic
Sharp
"Sharp, as a razor"
Sharp-___
Sharp.
Sharpened
Sharpened.
Sidled
Sidled (along)
Sidled.
Skirted
Slipped past
Snuck (by)
"Squeaked by, in the sports pages"
Tidied the lawn
Took the lead
Trenchant
Trenchant.
Trimmed
Trimmed a lawn
Trimmed a walkway
"Trimmed along a path, say"
Trimmed along the walk
"Trimmed along the walk, e.g."
Trimmed the lawn
Trimmed the rim
Trimmed the rims
"Trimmed, as the lawn"
"Trimmed, as the outskirts of the lawn"
"Trimmed, as with lace."
Two- -- sword
Went sideways
What better band did to competition
Whetted
Whipped by a whisker
Won by a nose
"Won by a nose, with ""out"""
Won by a whisker
"Won narrowly, with ""out."""
Worked on lawn borders
Worked on the lawn
___ out (defeated narrowly)
___ out (just beat)
___ out (won by a nose)
___ out (won closely)
Defeated by a whisker
Trimmed the lawn
Narrowly defeated
Fringed
____ out (narrowly defeated)
Barely beat
Barely defeated
Trimmed the border
Defeated by a small margin
Defeated, barely
Advanced gradually
Double-____ sword
Neatened, as a lawn
Defeated by a whisker
Prepare gifts
____ out (narrowly defeated)
Bordered
____ out (narrowly defeated)
Trimmed the border
Trimmed the border
Double-__ sword
Advanced gradually
Advanced gradually
Advanced gradually
Advanced gradually
Proceeded with caution
Double-____ sword
Double-____ sword
Double-____ sword
Double-____ sword
Beat, but barely
Beat, but barely
Moved sideways
Moved sideways
Bordered
Bordered
Narrowly defeated
Bordered
____ out (narrowly defeated)
____ out (narrowly defeated)
Nosed out
Barely beat
Advanced gradually
Advanced gradually
Bordered
Bordered
Sidled away from the sledge dogs?
Narrowly defeated
Double-____ sword
____ out (narrowly defeated)
Gradually move closer to land with border
Trimmed the border
Advanced gradually
Bordered
Like all swords and razors
Double-____ sword
Fringed
Bordered
Neatened the perimeter of
Moved cautiously
Bordered
____ out (narrowly defeated)
Trimmed the border
Defeated by a hair
Sidled in the direction of some sledge dogs
Advanced gradually
Moved sideways
Double-____ sword
____ out (narrowly defeated)
Tidied, as a lawn
Advanced gradually
Sharpened
Nipped at the wire
Beat after a buzzer beater
Moved sideways
Advanced with care
Like razor blades
Moved sideways
Narrowly defeated
Sidled
Nosed (out)
Trimmed grassy verges
Skirted
Double-___ sword
Bordered
Double-____ sword
Sharpened
Moved furtively
Barely defeated
Moved gradually
____ out (narrowly defeated)
Quietly moved goalposts, initially between editions