Definition of edginess in English:

edginess

noun

See edgy

  • ‘Most of all, you gradually realise that the edginess that has overshadowed you for your entire life has vanished, replaced with an inner peace you've read about but, until now, regarded as nothing but fiction.’
  • ‘And much of the edginess is born of frustration.’
  • ‘And here is the edginess of the Elizabethan Court, as Arthur and his relations, like many courtiers, are in and out of the slammer like a problem family on a housing estate.’
  • ‘So tonight I feel gratitude for the performance I've seen and the body of work on which it's based, but at the same time I feel a kind of introspective edginess.’
  • ‘The music, on it's own, increases in its edginess.’

Pronunciation

edginess

/ˈɛdʒɪnəs/