Columnist Charles Krauthammer said Clinton was suffering from “acute Benghazi allergy.”
Which may help explain why PBS appears to be suffering from acute corporate indigestion over the work.
Sidney Harman died last night of complications from acute myeloid leukemia at the young age of almost 93.
It is in the cities like Lahore, Karachi and Islamabad that the danger is actually the most acute.
You either have to be a masochist or have an acute Messiah complex.
Dr. B—— denies it, says they are nothing but acute dysentery.
And in fact, from that very day the most acute attacks ceased.
Sharp and acute, the great expounder found out at once that Mr. Seward is one of the greatest and noblest patriots of all times.
She is too acute to be deceived, and too firm to be persuaded.
The smarting pain he experienced was too acute, and each time his wife presented her lips, he pushed her back.
late 14c., originally of fevers and diseases, "coming and going quickly" (opposed to a chronic), from Latin acutus "sharp, pointed," figuratively "shrill, penetrating; intelligent, cunning," past participle of acuere "sharpen" (see acuity). Meaning "sharp, irritating" is from early 15c. Meaning "intense" is from 1727. Related: Acutely; acuteness.
acute a·cute (ə-kyōōt')
Pointed at the end; sharp.
Of or relating to a disease or a condition with a rapid onset and a short, severe course.
Of or relating to a patient afflicted with such a disease.