He will use guns to drive a wedge between Republicans and women.
The wedge sneakers which promise to “make you two inches taller!”
Once a wedge issue that worked to the advantage of the GOP, gay marriage is now seen as benefiting the Democratic Party.
She adores feeding the horses an apple, or even a wedge of cheese.
But history suggests the wedge strategy has its limitations.
The corps was formed in the rear of the picket line; the Third brigade, Second division, being the point of the wedge.
She put the thought quickly away that she might forget it; but the wedge was entered.
If mould or decay attacks the cuttings, wedge up the glass a little to give them air.
The sides of the molds were held together with screws or wedge clamps.
The syndicate that bought the "wedge of Gold" put some of the stock on the market.
Old English wecg "a wedge," from Proto-Germanic *wagjaz (cf. Old Norse veggr, Middle Dutch wegge, Dutch wig, Old High German weggi "wedge," German Weck "wedge-shaped bread roll"), of unknown origin. Wedge issue is attested from 1999.
mid-15c., from wedge (n.). Related: Wedged; wedging.