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Synonyms for verge

verge on something

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Synonyms for verge

a fairly narrow line or space forming a boundary

a transitional interval beyond which some new action or different state of affairs is likely to begin or occur

to be contiguous or next to

to put or form a border on

verge on: to come near, as in quality or amount

Synonyms for verge

a region marking a boundary

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the limit beyond which something happens or changes

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a ceremonial or emblematic staff

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border on

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He told DW: "For many of the 23 million people that commute by road each day, the verge is little more than green concrete, largely devoid of the colour of wildflowers.
He said: "This is for the development of appropriate schemes to protect or enhance grass verges as they see fit in their area while bearing in mind the council's duties to keep traffic flowing, including the needs of buses, ambulances and refuse lorries, and the effect on the displacement of parking.
When I headed L'Amandier, I discovered how much Roger Verge was able to trust and delegate.
September 8 - 14: How has Women on the Verge influenced or inspired you?
The question of cutting hedges is a different matter and this is not covered by Flintshire's verge maintenance policy.
First, the intended reader of The Verge of Philosophy is most likely someone interested in those puzzles in Plato which Sallis discusses, and she will likely find his prose illuminating rather than alienating.
She dazzles again as a voice-over actress who loses her grip when her lover jilts her in Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown.
Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown'' (1988): Amid much comedy, a woman pulls herself together after a bad breakup.
As my daughter drove to the grave side a private hire estate car with a man and two women was parked right in the centre of the roadway, so she parked half on the grass verge.
This installation, Dancing on the Verge, 2003, was the result of many contacts, interrupted by Ray's recent death, at age forty-one.
Following its premiere last year at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, Verge received three New York Dance and Performance (Bessie) Awards: for choreography (Miller), lights and set (designed by Michael Mazzola and Scott Pask, respectively), and music (Hahn Rowe).
A verge can be a city, a cafe, a frontier, or a multidisciplinary problem.
Landscape Maintenance Of Blueridge Estate In Blackwater Including Mowing Of Verges, Vacant Lots, Weeding And Maintenance Of Verge Gardens, Watering Of Verges Where Required, Removal Of Rubbish Where Required.
Earlier this year Brownfield Road, Shard End became the first street in Birmingham where parking on the verge was banned and enforced with PS70 fines - something which could be introduced elsewhere.