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Synonyms for sharp

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having a fine edge, as for cutting

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clearly defined; not ambiguous

possessing or displaying perceptions of great accuracy and sensitivity

marked by severity or intensity

affecting the organs of taste or smell with a strong and often harsh sensation

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a musical notation indicating one half step higher than the note named

a long thin sewing needle with a sharp point

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(of something seen or heard) clearly defined

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ending in a sharp point

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having or demonstrating ability to recognize or draw fine distinctions

marked by practical hardheaded intelligence

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harsh

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having or emitting a high-pitched and sharp tone or tones

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extremely steep

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keenly and painfully felt

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having or made by a thin edge or sharp point

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(of a musical note) raised in pitch by one chromatic semitone

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very sudden and in great amount or degree

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quick and forceful

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changing suddenly in direction and degree

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This is fine as far as it goes, but it seems that most of the sharp practice involved is prompted by the reluctance of buyers and vendors to accept a reasonable market price for property.
A senior Welsh Labour source said: "The Lib Dems are notorious for their 'creative' use of funding to staff their political positions, and this seems like another example of sharp practice.
The only way to stop such sharp practice is for council staff to know how much of it is going on.
Sharp Practice at Durham Sixth Form Centre THE untold story of a North civil servant who stood up for slaves is brought to life in a new play by an award-winning group of young actors.
It would be my advice to solicitors in Wales - and some trades unions - to examine their books, and consciences, to ensure there has been no sharp practice.
But he was not averse to a bit of sharp practice and was warned off in 1913 until after the First World War.
It sends out a tough message that sharp practice in the car trade will be punished.
Some may be sharp practice rather than criminal activities but they can still cost companies dear.
The 480 delegates at the two-day gathering were shown to examples of spot kick sharp practice from last season's Champions League Final.
Cancel the team meeting: Thanks to an unexpectedly sharp practice Tuesday, USC's players held off on holding a team meeting to make sure the Trojans are thinking about Notre Dame and not still smarting over the loss to UCLA.
Eight years later, he quit to become a daring test-pilot and, after some sharp practice, built up a massive aviation empire.
GET IN TOUCH If you're the victim of sharp practice I want to hear about it.
POIGNANT Bethany Lincoln, 16, of Hunwick, County Durham, plays No Name in Sharp Practice on tour.
HOW much longer are racecourses going to turn a blind eye to the sharp practice of the on-course bookmakers?
I think this is sharp practice, particularly for elderly people.