In another chamber there was a hole inside of a ledge we put our hands through.
On a ledge above my desk sits a jade dragon my father brought back from China.
When Murdoch would propose unrealistic schemes, “he could talk Rupert off the ledge.”
Getty opened the window and brought a milk bottle in off the ledge, then rinsed a glass in the basin.
On a ledge is a small TV set and a cabinet with a few sad possessions spilling out.
The yellow flood was now lapping on the ledge all about them.
The guillemot makes no nest, merely laying a single egg on a ledge.
They had reached a piny knoll high above the ledge on which the house was perched.
I cried out, and in a foolish effort to save him, I must have let go of the ledge to which I clung.
The mass hung without dragging, being partly sustained by a ledge of rock.
late 13c., "crossbar on a door," perhaps from Middle English verb leggen "to place, lay" (see lay (v.)). Sense of "narrow shelf" is first recorded 1550s; "shelf-like projection of rock" is from 1550s.