ledge noun

ADJ. high | narrow, wide | cliff, mountain, window

VERB + LEDGE cling to The climbers were clinging to a ledge hundreds of feet above the sea. | be perched on

LEDGE + VERB go, run A narrow ledge runs across the northern face of the cliff.

PREP. along a/the ~ I felt along the ledge at the top of the door. | on a/the ~ The phone was perched precariously on the window ledge.