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    1. Thicke stopped in the tiny entrance as though wedged into place

    2. Bolt, his face wedged against the side of the bus,

    3. leg, which is wedged between the cushion and the door

    4. She sees John standing wedged between the beefy frames of Abdullah and Akbar

    5. ‘They have wedged your head so it is kept still, Liz

    6. Wedged between the metal and the porcelain there was a small scrap of folded paper

    7. I tore off one square of toilet paper, folded it, and then wedged it underneath the sink

    8. them wedged the door shut with an old wooden plank

    9. the front door was firmly wedged shut and that the rest of the flat

    10. The fisherman planted his rod into the sand, wedged

    1. Kara poured tea into the cups and surveyed the triangular wedge of cake that had been placed before her

    2. I knew it when she used the signals as a wedge between us instead of a shared obsession

    3. young man who either possessed or was heir to a significant wedge

    4. number of the suite and sped off in pursuit of serious wedge

    5. Her knees wedge under the glove box

    6. he cut his wedge of roast mutton exactly down the middle

    7. It was the one and only time there had been a wedge

    8. But, was Shelagh using this as a wedge between himself and Rosemary? Did Shelagh already suspect a deeper relationship between himself and Rosemary than they had even admitted to themselves? Shelagh was very astute

    9. As the golfer approaches the green, the seven iron can be used as a wedge to chip the ball onto the green

    10. The sand wedge, though, can be used to get a ball out of a tricky situation

    1. He lifted the rattling bag of tricks, wedging the cracked plastic base

    2. The rocks were slippery with half-thawed ice, and when she carelessly stepped on the edge of one, her foot slipped, wedging between two rocks

    3. I think of how he disguised that part of himself, wedging books between his headboard and the wall in our Abnegation house, until he dropped his blood in the Erudite water on the day of our Choosing Ceremony

    4. me, and finally wedging himself between my legs and pushing my head forward over the

    5. As quick as a cat, she scooted up, wedging her knees under Laura’s shoulders, incapacitating her

    6. process of wedging my foot into the narrow boot

    7. and the shutter had dropped on to the rock, firmly wedging it into place

    8. He had climbed up, pulling the ladder up behind and wedging a board between the folded piece and the edges of the opening, praying that they, whatever they were, would not find him

    9. Then he tried wedging his beak into the trigger

    10. and no wedging whatsoever---it was strictly verboten, because of a

    1. lofted sand wedges, and then break into a boarded up flat

    2. chocolate chip cookies, why not some apple wedges with a little peanut butter on them? Or,

    3. wedges of cheese to bring back to the others, I could hear the hail had slowed to a light patter

    4. Repeat with any remaining tortilla wedges

    5. However, this is the same for all clubs, not just wedges

    6. The pitching wedge and the sand wedge can be used in the place of a chipping wedge, yet another in the family of wedges

    7. The Nymloc and Jacoulra preferred to move in huge wedges, formations of a sort where their front lines pushed, hacked, and slashed with their claws and fangs, while those behind waited to take over when the front lines were defeated

    8. Wil seized the Power and unleashed a blast of golden flames that tore through the dark wedges of demons

    9. And if my life here continues as it has been, it may soon be the least of the wedges between us

    10. ” Tobias pulls the dresser away from the wall with one hand and wedges the hard drive behind it with the other

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    Synonyms for "wedge"

    chock wedge wedge heel hacek bomber cuban sandwich grinder hero hero sandwich hoagie hoagy italian sandwich poor boy sub submarine submarine sandwich torpedo zep cuneus wedge shape force squeeze deposit lodge stick prong

    "wedge" definitions

    any shape that is triangular in cross section

    a large sandwich made of a long crusty roll split lengthwise and filled with meats and cheese (and tomato and onion and lettuce and condiments); different names are used in different sections of the United States

    a diacritical mark (an inverted circumflex) placed above certain letters (such as the letter c) to indicate pronunciation

    a heel that is an extension of the sole of the shoe

    (golf) an iron with considerable loft and a broad sole

    something solid that is usable as an inclined plane (shaped like a V) that can be pushed between two things to separate them

    a block of wood used to prevent the sliding or rolling of a heavy object

    put, fix, force, or implant

    squeeze like a wedge into a tight space