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Meanings and phrases
- (of something seen or heard) clearly defined; crisp
- ending in a sharp point; acuate; acute; needlelike
- having or demonstrating ability to recognize or draw fine distinctions; acute; discriminating; incisive; keen; knifelike; penetrating; penetrative; piercing
- marked by practical hardheaded intelligence; astute; shrewd
- extremely steep; abrupt; precipitous
- harsh; sharp-worded; tart
- having or emitting a high-pitched and sharp tone or tones; shrill
- keenly and painfully felt; as if caused by a sharp edge or point
- having or made by a thin edge or sharp point; suitable for cutting or piercing
- (of a musical note) raised in pitch by one chromatic semitone
- very sudden and in great amount or degree
- quick and forceful
- changing suddenly in direction and degree; sharply; acutely
- a musical notation indicating one half step higher than the note named
- a long thin sewing needle with a sharp point
- a professional card player who makes a living by cheating at card games; cardsharp; cardsharper; card sharper; sharper; sharpie; sharpy; card shark
- a musical notation of two sharps in front of a note indicating that it is to be raised by two semitones
- act or move at high speed; rush; hasten; hurry; festinate
- a bitter or critical manner of speaking
- He is a dreamer, in sharp contrast to Katie, whose view of the world is realistic.
- In sharp contrast, decolonization was an entirely different process of state formation.
- David casts them in a soft light, not in the sharp contrast of Brutus or of the Horatii.
- After the 1977 season Shadow entered into a sharp decline.
- The film saw a sharp decline in its second weekend, dropping over 50%.
- During the recession, there was an extremely sharp decline in industrial production.
- But their fate takes a sharp turn with the sudden intervention of a third person.
- At this point, the road takes a sharp turn northwest and heads towards Lower Jemseg.
- The road continues east until a sharp turn north right before the final intersection.
- In 2012, there was a sharp increase in stock theft.
- 3G/4G mobile internet usage has been on a sharp increase in recent years.
- There is a sharp increase in methane concentrations due to methanogenesis.
- The river is deep with very sharp rocks.
- Its bill is slender and very sharp.
- The very sharp strictures of Scripture on homosexual practices (Gen. 1; Rom.
- With this axle little trouble was experienced from the sharp curves.
- The appropriately named Crooked Creek Road includes a number of sharp curves and turns along its length.
- )<br> Grenada's roads can pose hazardous driving conditions, including aggressive drivers and sharp curves.
- However, it should be accorded respect due to its powerful jaws and sharp teeth.
- Redjack has a brown mohawk and filed-down sharp teeth, while Blackbeak has a peg leg.
- There are many sharp teeth, and the dorsal surface of the head has a patch of enlarged scales.
- The snout is pronounced and has a comparatively sharp point.
- The female fruit-producing flowers have associated bracts which end in a sharp point.
- They taper to a sharp point, which is typically more yellow than the rest of the leaf.
- It is usually macular with sharp edges and not itchy.
- Instead, it had sharp edges.
- The leaves are large, palmate and often with spines or sharp edges along the petioles.
- Another sharp rise leads up again to a ridge almost as high as Stoppel Point known unofficially as Arizona due to its dryness.
- Due to a sharp rise in economic relations with Turkey, interest in learning Turkish, in particular among young people, has been growing on a yearly basis.
- Concerns that competition in the coal industry could decline as a result of these changes were heightened by a sharp rise in coal prices in the wake of the 1973 oil crisis.
- was a sharp criticism of the system of "wage-slavery" found in the north.
- Sastri's comments evoked sharp criticism from the nationalist poet Subramanya Bharathi.
- This decision came under Congressional review in 1955 and drew sharp criticism from Congress.
- The Columbia makes a sharp bend to the west at the Washington–Oregon border.
- At this point, Highway 300 runs south-southeast and makes a sharp turn to the east-northeast.
- At Old Queen Anne Road, Route 137 makes a sharp turn to the northwest and enters downtown East Harwich.
- The first week of April saw a sharp drop in enemy contact in the Quyet Thang operational area.
- Also, women experience menopause at an average age of 48.8 and a sharp drop in the hormone estrogen.
- There was a sharp drop in turnout for the election - falling into the twenties for only the second time in post-war history - to 29.6%.
- At the shore loop the distance between the inner rails was , which necessitated a very sharp curve.
- The shorter down direction line followed the originally planned alignment, and made a sharp curve rising at 1 in 49.
- He had two fastballs, one of which regularly hit 95 MPH and occasionally hit 100, a sharp curve and an occasional slider.
- The rim is not significantly worn, and displays a sharp edge.
- The sharp edge of the CIA's sword has been let loose with few strings attached.
- The rim along the east and southeast flanks displays slumping, producing a sharp edge.