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knife-edged

[nahyf-ejd] /ˈnaɪfˌɛdʒd/
adjective
1.
having a thin, sharp edge.
Origin of knife-edged
1860-1865
1860-65
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  • The garage, with its vast and open knife-edged floor plates and soaring wedge-shaped buttresses, has become an instant icon.
  • knife-edged configuration is for gentle granulation and impact-edged for more aggressive reduction.
  • Deep river valleys converge in the interior of the island, separated by knife-edged ridges.

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