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.
Citation from "Doubt", Wilfred (US TV), Season 1 Episode 11 (2011) blacked out to resolve Google's penalty against this site.
- 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: on a social networking website, to add someone to one's list of friends.|
|Definitions include: "thanks".|
|Definitions include: greatly.|
|Definitions include: really big beer.|
|Definitions include: to place blame on someone else to avoid taking responsibility for your own actions, to be in denial. Derived from the term "scape-goat"|
|Definitions include: cow feces.|
|Definitions include: a great amount of composure under stress.|
|Definitions include: a navel that is concave (recessed from the surface of the abdomen.)|
|Definitions include: Old timey, I heard it used almost only by Irish-Americans.|
|Definitions include: time to get serious about doing something.|
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