sharp

Adjective
  • Keenly and painfully felt
    As if caused by a sharp edge or point (synset 300806609)
  • Having or made by a thin edge or sharp point
    Suitable for cutting or piercing (synset 300804397)
  • (of a musical note) raised in pitch by one chromatic semitone (synset 301582381)
Noun
  • A musical notation indicating one half step higher than the note named (synset 106879649)
  • A long thin sewing needle with a sharp point (synset 104192000)
Adverb
  • Changing suddenly in direction and degree (synset 400505194)
Adjective
  • (of something seen or heard) clearly defined (synset 300783911)
  • Ending in a sharp point (synset 301815474)
  • Having or demonstrating ability to recognize or draw fine distinctions (synset 301748764)
  • Marked by practical hardheaded intelligence (synset 300440649)
  • Harsh (synset 301809862)
  • Having or emitting a high-pitched and sharp tone or tones (synset 301217102)
  • Extremely steep (synset 301148636)
  • Very sudden and in great amount or degree (synset 301147715)
  • Quick and forceful (synset 300846349)

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