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EDG'ING, participle present tense Giving an edge; furnishing with an edge.

1. Inciting; urging on; goading; stimulating; instigating.

2. Moving gradually or sideways.

3. Furnishing with a border.

EDG'ING, noun That which is added on the border, or which forms the edge; as lace, fringe, trimming, added to a garment for ornament.

Bordered with a rosy edging

1. A narrow lace.

2. In gardening, a row of small plants wet along the border of a flower-bed; as an edging of box.