edgy, high-strung, highly strung, jittery, jumpy, nervy, overstrung, restive, uptight(adj)
being in a tense state
(entertainment/advertising jargon): creatively challenging; cutting edge; leading edge
(entertainment/advertising jargon): on the edge between acceptable and offensive; pushing the boundaries of good taste; dodgy
easily irritated; sharp; as, an edgy temper
having some of the forms, such as drapery or the like, too sharply defined
Origin: [From Edge.]
The numerical value of edgy in Chaldean Numerology is: 4
The numerical value of edgy in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5
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Her political humor is sly and edgy, and it comes with a Chicago accent.
There is no question that the diversity of the shows on Broadway, including the young, edgy ones are, bringing more young people to theater.
I’ve asked them to be edgy, we try to be a little careful with that, but we want it to resonate with the public, and I think it’s gotten good response because people look for it on Monday.
He’s very much tuned into the indie world and the specialized film vibe, it’s just a way to get out the kind of edgy, interesting and sometimes enlightening content that these films sometimes provide.
I think any kind of international question about how things will fare or relationships with other countries absolutely has an impact, the non-resolution of things can really make the market edgy in terms of volatility.
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