acutely[ uh-kyoot ]SEE DEFINITION OF acutely
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Now he was active, acutely aware of himself and all his wants.
The parson was acutely moved for the anguish he had not probed.
He was acutely conscious of the mist of which Hermione had thought.
At that moment the old painter must have been acutely conscious of his fall.
When she caught hold of her fork she began to tremble so acutely that she let it fall again.
I suppose you consider it quite extraordinary, my feeling that so acutely.
Galusha did not hear much of this, he was suffering too acutely to listen.
She saw every sign in her now that in the old days she had learned to dread so acutely.
They who feel most acutely for its sorrows, are, for the most part, too ignorant to alleviate them.
Take my word for it, I feel too acutely all the wrong you have suffered from mine.
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