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Adverb
In a way that is physically sharp or pointed
“They were both each fighting with a long and very sharply edged sword.”
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(of one's appearance) In a dashing or smart manner
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“I made it a point to dress sharply for the occasion, wearing a suit and tie throughout the proceedings.”
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In a blunt or curt manner
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“Young responded sharply to the attempts to interrupt him.”
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With a great suddenness
“The recovery of residential building activity last year and early this year was a major factor contributing to a very sharp rise in prices of lumber and plywood.”
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To an undesirably intense or forceful degree
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In a sarcastic or mocking manner
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“Her words were sharp and I felt them cut into each piece of my shattered heart.”
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Done with meticulousness and extreme attention to detail
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In a focused or absorbed manner
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To a deep, complete, and intense extent
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In a manner full of antagonism and hostility
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In a detailed manner that is graphically clear
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With full force, using all available power or resources
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Adverb for having or showing a reasonable or high level of intellect or awareness
“His mind was as sharp as it had ever been.”
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Adverb for exploitative, usually in an unscrupulous manner
“In reality, it was ordinary citizens and not the sharp operators who stored their wealth in banknotes.”
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Adverb for having or producing a sudden and intense piercing sensation
“Her coughing ceased for a brief moment when she felt a sharp pain on her lower leg.”
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Adverb for of having extreme clarity or definition
“The image is black-and-white with strong contrast and sharp detail.”
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Adverb for denotes an intense coldness that can feel like it is penetrating the body
“It was growing dark and a sharp wind was blowing off the sea.”
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Adverb for diminishing to a point or edge
“The long robe drapes over the front of the throne, falling in pleats that taper to sharp points along the hem.”
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Adverb for having the ability to perceive, comprehend and respond in a speedy manner
“It transcends its soap-opera instincts thanks to the bright humor and sharp observations of the script.”
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Adverb for turning sharply into another direction
“It made a sharp turn to the left and went on to meander away to unpredictable destinations.”
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Adverb for physically rising or falling sharply
“He is on a winding road, a cliff, with a sharp drop to the ocean.”
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Adverb for a loud piercing sound
“All in all, not much got done until Mikhail's aunt Meredith came in and silenced them all with a sharp whistle.”
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Adverb for a psychological feeling of intuition
“She got out of the shower lazily, and had a sharp feeling in her gut that something would happen today.”
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Adverb for denotes speediness
“Moore set off at a sharp pace.”
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