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Synonyms for acute

Synonyms for acute

possessing or displaying perceptions of great accuracy and sensitivity

so serious as to be at the point of crisis or necessary to resolve a crisis

marked by severity or intensity

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having or experiencing a rapid onset and short but severe course

extremely sharp or intense

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having or demonstrating ability to recognize or draw fine distinctions

of an angle

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ending in a sharp point

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of critical importance and consequence

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The verses shared between him and John Potter reveal wonderfully `Subtil, and Accute Argumentations'.
"These accute regional and international circumstances that we currently
London River's accute sense of institutionalised helplessness (the police more or less tell Elisabeth to do their work for them) and the parental instinct to know when something isn't right might haunt you for days.
Les Robinson left a cross for Gayle but Dave Stevens nipped in and shot home from an accute angle.
It meant she spent 21 days tilted at such an accute angle she was virtually upside down with her head pointing to the floor in a bid to relieve pressure on her lower body.
It wants us to believe that bed allocation is a hospital management problem, but accute bed shortages are very much a department issue.
Part of that, no doubt, had to do with the proliferation of tasks great and small in the lead-up to the 2016 accute conference, of which this forum was a part--that's the whining cliche, complete with unnecessary but obligatory reference to the forum's theme--but part of it definitely lay in my inability to discriminate among the many proliferations on which I could pedantically pontificate.
It hoped the Tunisians would overcome this accute phoase to reach a
Allamark then checked the Sphinx keeper from an accute angle.
Very quickly they became a flat-footed and cumbersome bunch who appeared to be suffering from some kind of accute stage fright.
(3) I refer here to a study (Banting "Meta-generic") presented at the ACCUTE conference in 2013.
He hoped the Tunisians overcome this "accute" phase in a drive to reach
I too was "in on the creation" of English Studies in Canada, although at second hand, being married to Rowland McMaster: he chaired the ACCUTE committee that set up ESC in 1972, invited Lauriat Lane to take on the job as first editor, and became editor himself in 1985.