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: The act of being so wasted as to pass out.|
|Definitions include: erect nipples.|
|Definitions include: The humiliating public appearance under police arrest of some prominent or wealthy person, usually while being walked to a criminal law proceeding, such as an arraignment.|
|Definitions include: a sensitive person.|
|Definitions include: to exhale loudly due to anger.|
|Definitions include: rough sex with deep penetration.|
|Definitions include: cool, awesome, or sneaky but in a cool way.|
|Definitions include: A "duh" like word or like saying hello?!|
|Definitions include: the equivalent to let's box which means to throw it down or simply let's fight.|
|Definitions include: when an individual or object falls due to gravity.|
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