She speaks in thick paragraphs that her staffers probably wish they could condense and sharpen at times.
He fell back in love with it immediately and returned to Stockholm to sharpen his skills doing theater work.
Colleagues who care for us, opponents who sharpen us, children whose laughter fills the air.
Also be careful after you sharpen--it's a prime time for cuts, because you've forgotten how sharp knives can be.
These steroids were mental—amphetamine-based ADHD drugs, particularly Adderall, as a way to sharpen focus and gain an edge.
A small iron axe, with a file to sharpen it, and a few awls, are (if nothing else can be taken) a very useful outfit.
These terms are the tools with which we are to work, and the first thing is to sharpen them.
They dragged me to my feet, and Craven began to sharpen his dull wit on me.
She was very hungry, and hunger is said to sharpen the wits.
Rienzi remembered that he had never confided but he had been betrayed; he had never forgiven but to sharpen enmity.