sharp[ shahrp ]SEE DEFINITION OF sharp
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SHARP
"I shall want you at seven-thirty sharp, to-morrow morning," he said, as they alighted.
With a sharp piece of flint he cut the fur of the animal's back.
There was a sharp, shrill cry from the boy, and Dozier whirled on him.
But she's a curious little party; sharp, without knowing it.
In sharp contrast to this, the drunkenness of Callidamates in Most.
She had heard of their doing so; heard them criticised with sharp sarcasm.
Under the window rang the sharp gong of a city patrol-wagon.
And sometimes I have sharp pains in the stomach, as if I had the colic.
A sharp wind came down from the heights, and whistled about their ears.
We'll land that stake; an' p'raps the sharp division'll take a tumble.