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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishedgingedg‧ing /ˈedʒɪŋ/ noun [countable, uncountable]  EDGEsomething that forms an edge or border a white handkerchief with blue edging
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edgingHide the brackets by adding an edging of deep wallpaper border - backing it with stiff card for extra durability.They would be ideal for edging mixed borders or bedding schemes.By the gate the Patriarch's buxom companion was still at work, weeding a not particularly fertile-looking patch of edging.The outer edges were rounded and smoothed with a small edging trowel, which gives a very attractive finish.Don't forget that anything laid in sand always needs a solid edging.

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