having a fine edge or point; capable of cutting or piecing; not blunt
changing direction suddenly; abruptly
well-defined; distinct; clear
producing a physical sensation of cutting or piecing; keen
quickly aware of things; acute; alert
intended or intending to criticize, injure, etc.harsh; severe
quick to take advantage of sb/sth; unscrupulous
smart or stylish
above normal or correct pitch; raised half a tone in pitch
above the correct pitch
"a sharp photographic image"
"the sharp crack of a twig"
"the crisp snap of dry leaves underfoot"
"an acute observer of politics and politicians"
"icy knifelike reasoning"
"as sharp and incisive as the stroke of a fang"
"frequent penetrative observations"
"a smart businessman"
"an astute tenant always reads the small print in a lease"
"he was too shrewd to go along with them on a road that could lead only to their overthrow"
"a sharp-worded exchange"
"a tart remark"
"a shrill whistle"
"a shrill gaiety"
"an abrupt canyon"
"the precipitous rapids of the upper river"
"the precipitous hills of Chinese paintings"
"a sharp drop"
"a sharp pain"
"a sharp knife"
"a pencil with a sharp point"
"a sharp drop in the stock market"
"a sharp blow"
"the road twists sharply after the light"
"turn sharp left here"
"the visor was acutely peaked"
"her shoes had acutely pointed toes"
A straight flat wide blade, that is pointed and very sharp at either edge.
出自： C. Boutell
Sharp thorns on those roses.
出自： R. West