Definition of edgy
- socially dangerous or daring; intellectually provocative; tending to induce unease or stress in viewers. Especially used to describe artistic and intellectual work.
"Alamo Bay" was an edgy movie on immigration.
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- See more words with the same meaning: brave.
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Slang terms with the same meaning
Other terms relating to 'brave':
|Definitions include: cigarette.|
|Definitions include: brave.|
|Definitions include: metaphor: having a "backbone" endows one with courage, will.|
|Definitions include: exclamation of disappointment.|
|Definitions include: to face a daunting task, as a brave cowboy would.|
|Definitions include: full of courage.|
|Definitions include: also balls to the wall.|
|Definitions include: metaphorical testicles that people with courage or gall have.|
|Definitions include: testicles.|
Slang terms with the same root words
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|Definitions include: a lifelong member of the mafia.|
|Definitions include: something bad - i.e. not worth talking about.|
|Definitions include: to store for future use.|
|Definitions include: an investment scam in which initial "investors" are paid off with money from subsequent "investors."|
|Definitions include: a rope swing next to a body of water (such as a river or swimming pool.)|
|Definitions include: A marijuana cigarette, a joint.|
|Definitions include: used to express that something happens quickly or easily.|
|Definitions include: a beating.|
|Definitions include: in business jargon, a major crisis.|
|Definitions include: a hippie.|
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