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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

How sharp often is described (“________ sharp”)
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 poetry verses, 68 Shakespeare works, 2 quotations, 19 Bible passages, 355 definitions

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