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Cut the melon in half using a sharp knife.
The cage should have no sharp edges that might cause injury.
These scissors aren’t very sharp.
a sharp pencil
Shops are reporting a sharp rise in sales of organic produce.
This month’s figures show a sharp drop in unemployment.
As we approached a sharp bend in the road, the bus slowed down.
I felt a sharp pain in my foot.
Lindsey felt a sharp pang of guilt.
There was a sharp intake of breath when the prizewinners were announced.
a sharp crack of gunfire
a sharp cry of fear
Some of these kids are pretty sharp when it comes to maths.
He has a sharp wit and a wicked sense of humour.
The Agency keeps a sharp eye on sales of arms abroad.
The new high-definition TV offers razor-sharp pictures and digital sound.
My father shot her a sharp look but said nothing.
Sharp words were exchanged.
The deal has come under sharp criticism from the opposition parties.
The warm weather was in sharp contrast to last year’s cold temperatures.
sharp cheddar cheese
a sharp dresser
a sharp suit
a sharp operator
Chopin’s Nocturne in C sharp minor