Thesaurus / sharper
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My countrymen seemed chiselled in sharper angles than I had imagined at home.

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Miss Kilgour closed the door behind her with a sharper click than she had ever given its latch before.

The LandloperHolman Day

The development of monotheism gave the problem a sharper point and a deeper meaning.

Barbara came more slowly back, and looked somewhat as if she had had a sharper rebuke than she understood or relished.

Magnum BonumCharlotte M. Yonge

This effect is probably owing to our cruder soil and sharper climate.

Fresh FieldsJohn Burroughs

Sharper than the serpent's tooth was the ingratitude, and sharper than the serpent's tooth was the wail of the pitying barbiton!

ZanoniEdward Bulwer Lytton

There are those who pretend that he is nothing but a sharper, but that is a lie.

Most lawyers are little more than sharper crooks than the crooks they have to deal with.

Twelve MenTheodore Dreiser

Partly in fright, partly in satisfaction she felt herself growing harder and sharper.

The Song of SongsHermann Sudermann

If her sins were ever to meet with a punishment in the flesh, they would know no sharper one than in a humiliation of her pride.

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