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abrupt sharp; steep. [1/3 definitions]
accidental in music, a symbol that indicates that a note should be played or sung one or two semitones higher or lower than is otherwise indicated. In most cases, the pitch is to be raised or lowered by one half step, as from F natural to F sharp. [1/5 definitions]
acerbic sharp, sour, or harsh in manner, tone, or the like. [1/2 definitions]
acidulous sharp or biting, as in manner or tone. [1/2 definitions]
acrid sharp or biting in language or tone. [1/2 definitions]
acuminate tapering to a sharp point, as a leaf or claw; pointed. [2 definitions]
acute keen; sharp; sensitive. [2/7 definitions]
adz an axlike tool with a curved, sharp-edged head set crosswise to the handle, used for shaping large pieces of wood.
ammoniac a sharp-smelling gum resin from the stem of an Asian plant, used in perfumes and porcelain cements; gum ammoniac. [1/2 definitions]
angularity (pl.) sharp corners or outlines. [1/2 definitions]
anhinga any of various large swimming and diving birds of tropical and subtropical America that have a long sharp bill and a long snaky neck; snakebird.
arÍte a sharp, narrow ridge or crest on a mountain.
Attic salt (often l.c.) sharp wit, skillfully phrased; Attic wit.
barb a small, sharp point projecting in the opposite direction of the main point or hook, as on an arrow, fishhook, or the like. [1/3 definitions]
bark1 a sharp or brusque retort or request. [1/7 definitions]
barnacle any of a large group of marine crustaceans that are free-floating as larvae, but attach to submerged or intertidal surfaces such as wharves, rocks, ship bottoms, and the like, and form sharp-edged shells as adults. [1/3 definitions]
billhook a sharp curved or hooked tool used for pruning, cutting, and clearing brush.
biting sharp; incisive. [1/3 definitions]
bitter having a sharp and unpleasant taste that is neither sour nor salty. [1/5 definitions]
bleep a short sharp high-pitched sound; beep. [1/2 definitions]
blip a sharp sound of short duration, often produced electronically. [1/5 definitions]