sharply

[ shahrp ]SEE DEFINITION OF sharply

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SHARPLY

The old man was peering at him sharply from under the grey protruding brows.

At the risk of overturning the machine he veered it sharply to the left.

"They sent her to prison for three years," she answered, sharply.

"I can't see any one to-night, Thomas," he exclaimed, sharply.

This was sharply answered by the ring of rifles to the right.

The girl caught her breath, and Chip eyed her sharply from the corner of his eye.

Napoleon withdrew his hand as sharply as if a bee amid the fruit had stung him.

"You brought two ladies here, I understand," he said quickly and sharply.

"It's fit that somebody should worry their heads," retorted Judith sharply to Tom.

How sharply the room contrasted with her own, and yet this was the room of Rose—with eyes like hers.

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harder

adverbwith determination
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