Edgewise



[ej-wahyz] /ˈɛdʒˌwaɪz/

adverb
1.
with the forward; in the direction of the .
2.
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Idioms
3.
get a word in edgewise, to succeed in entering a conversation or expressing one’s opinion in spite of competition or opposition:
There were so many people talking at once that I couldn’t get a word in edgewise.

see edgeways.
see: get a word in edgewise

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