acute[ uh-kyoot ]SEE DEFINITION OF acute
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ACUTE
His sufferings were so acute that a minute examination of his injuries could not be made.
With acute precipitancy he was separated from the currency that had come to him.
She had been ill with acute rheumatism in all her limbs for the last thirteen months.
For a moment an acute chill of horror rooted Pierre to the spot.
At the bottom of the falls the river turns an acute angle and flows to the west.
It is self-love inflamed to the acute point; conceit, with a hair-trigger.
To my acute distress he here thumbed me in the ribs and laughed again.
His sense of proportion was far too acute to permit so grievous an error.
That the Baroness was a woman of acute feeling, Vivian could not doubt.
And again that evening she came into acute antagonism with her friend.