Definition of ledgy in English:

ledgy

adjective

  • See ledge

    • ‘On a larger spring tide the right starts to produce equally fast ledgy takeoffs followed by a longer inside wall.’
    • ‘Likewise, the uppermost ledgy interval grades into the more distinct ledges of the overlying Wah Wah Limestone.’
    • ‘It passes through sections where semi-open and ledgy ground requires a moment's study to stay on the trail.’
    • ‘Some trails are smooth while others are ledgy and edgy.’
    • ‘It is most common in the yellow pine woods, although rather plentiful on ledgy northerly slopes higher up.’