- A wedge-shaped stroke in cuneiform writing.
- A wedge-shaped tactical formation, as of troops.
- An iron with a specially weighted head and the face angled to give the most loft, as for shots out of bunkers.
Wedged the board away from the stud; neighbors who were wedged apart by a dispute.
Wedged the window frame to be level.
Wedged the books into the backpack.
An example of wedge is a metal tool used to split wood.
An example of wedge is a slice of pie.
Stick a wedge under the door, will you? It keeps blowing shut.
An example of wedge is to split a tree trunk with a wedged shaped hammer.
An example of wedge is to shove a foot into a shoe that is too small.
Can you cut me a wedge of cheese?
A wedge of pie.
His nomination drove a wedge into party unity.
A wedge in the war on poverty.
I made a big fat wedge from that job.
I wedged open the window with a screwdriver.
He had wedged the package between the wall and the back of the sofa.