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Edgy

In auto sales, a slang term describing a customer with a short or questionable credit history. An edgy customer may have difficulty obtaining financing for his/her purchase.
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However, for the hottest in this series of exhibitions, Edgy is hoping to receive an audience of art lovers looking for something a little out of the ordinary.
I'm sure they will feel a little edgy when we go there.
122, an edgy performance venue in Manhattan's East Village.
The Pink Pony Cafe, the Freedom Village Juke, Booba Burn's Place and the Evening Star Lounge may not come to mind as the hot spot of choice, but these juke joints--and not just any juke joint, mind you, but the edgy, nitty-gritty, unpretentious, ramshackle honky-tonks where blues and booze are essentials--are places that somehow seem familiar beyond their "thrilling otherness," as writer Richard Ford describes them.
Christina Aguilera + The Strokes--The long-dead "Genie in a Bottle" lyrics are resurrected with the latest in edgy rock to become a hauntingly dangerous song.
We ended with the black hide campaign, which was the most edgy and brand-focused approach," Nicholson explains.
Perhaps we tend to like such artists because to claim them as edgy is to see ourselves as equally edgy.
That's why, I think, Edgy is not too worried about having him ready for the Arkle.
We want to bring an intensely edgy event to the public but also to screen films that bring people into the theatres.
That's good news for those who like intelligent, sometimes edgy films.
Taylor Swift pulled off elegant, above, and edgy, left, with equal aplomb this week | Taylor Swift pulled off elegant, above, and edgy, left, with equal aplomb this week