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acute keen; sharp; sensitive. [1/7 definitions]
astute keen in understanding and judgment; shrewd.
awake to bring to a keen consciousness of something. [2/6 definitions]
awakening a coming to keen awareness or interest. [1/3 definitions]
bang (informal) a keen pleasure or enjoyment. [1/11 definitions]
bloodhound a large hound with a particularly keen sense of smell, long ears, and baggy skin, used chiefly for tracking humans or animals.
breathless suspending or as if suspending one's breath, as caused by keen anxiety, eagerness, or astonishment. [1/3 definitions]
concentration a card game that requires a keen memory for location of cards that have been revealed only once. [1/5 definitions]
discrimination the ability to make keen judgments or discernments. [1/3 definitions]
eagle-eyed having extremely good vision; keen-sighted.
exquisite keen and discerning. [1/4 definitions]
hawk-eyed having extremely keen eyesight.
humorist one who generally displays a keen wit or sense of humor. [1/2 definitions]
lick one's chops to anticipate or await with keen pleasure.
obtuse not keen or quick to notice, feel, or comprehend; dull or insensitive. [1/3 definitions]
perceptive having keen perception, insight, or intuitive understanding. [1/2 definitions]
prudence keen awareness of the probable consequences of one's actions. [1/3 definitions]
sagacity the quality of having keen judgment and common sense; wisdom.
scientific requiring or demonstrating systematic knowledge and skills, exactness in observation and testing, and keen but dispassionate interest in the truths of nature. [1/2 definitions]
sharp excellent in ability to perceive; keen. [1/16 definitions]
sharp-eared having a keen sense of hearing.