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Things sharp often describes (“sharp ________”)
contrast, knife, edges, distinction, edge, increase, pain, line, decline, teeth, rise, eyes, point, eye, turn, focus, drop, points, corners, differences, lines, criticism, relief, angle, break, division, look, tongue, instrument, blade, voice, sword, conflict, decrease, peak, claws, sound, cry, fall, change, bend, angles, reduction, lookout, peaks, blow, crack, increases, nose, contrasts, features, pains, end, objects, practice, dissection, attack, minor, corner, rocks, waves, boundary, distinctions, stones, difference, curves, turns, boundaries, glance, curve, spines, breath, image, sand, instruments, out, knives, tone, mind, wind, shooters, separation, bends, scissors, wit, face, divisions, intake, taste, object, ridge, fight, report, transition, struggle, reaction, tip

Descriptive words:
late, old, little, poor, dear, beauchamp, english, young, roll, british, former, certain, famous, celebrated, wainwright, laude, excellent, ashdown, usual, external, lister, right, berk, page, sec, glad, detective, corbit, female, scottish, razor, card, venerable, worthy, positive, laser, notorious, heavy, regular, disant, compare, remove, frequent, barrel, ubiquitous, acute, spiritual, ultra, subak, granville, caliber, tall, antiquary, curran, eminent, clever, eyed, rush, plain, obt, miss, successful, how, unfortunate, perjured, opulent

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See sharp used in context: 21 rhymes, 68 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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