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Synonyms for fringe

Synonyms for fringe

a fairly narrow line or space forming a boundary

the periphery of a city or town

to put or form a border on

Synonyms for fringe

the outside boundary or surface of something

a part of the city far removed from the center

one of the light or dark bands produced by the interference and diffraction of light

a social group holding marginal or extreme views

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a border of hair that is cut short and hangs across the forehead

an ornamental border consisting of short lengths of hanging threads or tassels

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decorate with or as if with a surrounding fringe

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Today there are more than 200 fringe festivals around the world, and on Tuesday July 11, to mark the 70th anniversary of the first ever event, they are coming together to celebrate World Fringe Day.
Dawe and Jayson McDonald (Canadian) as well as Jem Rolls (British) are also Fringemachines and often appear at Fringes across Canada (Brown, "Re: Fringemachines").
Wait until the sash is finished to undo the horizontal threading across the middle and bottom end that holds the individual fringes together.
My hairdresser Joseph Bilton, who works at the Daniel Galvin Junior salon in London's Belgravia, explained that Lily Allen's chunky fringe is a very modern look that generally suits younger, slimmer faces and can be quite unforgiving.
Fuller fringes make foreheads look smaller and the bottom of your face appear narrower - ideal for round or heart-shaped faces.
Now's the perfect time to refresh your look and indulge in some fringe benefits.
No-additional-cost services, qualified employee discounts, working condition fringes, de minimis fringes, qualified retirement planning services, and on-premises athletic facilities (Sec.
He has performed at seven Edinburgh Festival Fringes, including five solo shows, and appeared multiple times on The Paul O''Grady Show, as well as winning ITV''s Take the Mike series 1 in 2001.
Jennifer Lopez opts for a skimpy bikini covered in long fringes in her video for I'm Into You, which certainly compliments her energetic dance moves
Fringes have had a bad press in the past and although they can be annoying to grow out, the key point to note is all fringes are temporary unless you continue to trim them.
WOMEN drivers in Birmingham say their fringes have never proved a hazard.
Our starting point was the concept of 'multi-functionality' and the view that all landscapes--but fringes in particular--are dynamic, made up of competing land uses and activities that need to be integrated in some form of over-arching management strategy, perhaps taken forward in the context of community strategies, local development frameworks, and area action plans.
For this purpose, the frequency with which the employer provides similar fringes to its employees must be taken into account.
The fringes are a pattern of bright and dark that appears when the two paths in the interferometer are very nearly equal in length.