- a very alert person.
- Slang. an ostentatiously stylish person.
Origin of sharpie
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Examples from the Web for sharpie
Who drew trees and nudes on her bedroom wall using a Sharpie.Speed Read: Lena Dunham’s Most Shocking Confessions From ‘Not That Kind of Girl’
September 26, 2014
It had her date of birth and death written on it with a Sharpie.The True Life of Marilyn Chambers, the ‘Other’ Queen of Porn
August 19, 2013
So, too, are the poster board and Sharpie signs left with dead bodies.Headless Bodies in Endless War
June 8, 2010
His edits often were indecipherable, mysterious marks on the side of the page written with a Sharpie.The Rove You Don't Know
March 9, 2010
The photog in the purple shirt is really a sharpie at lepping.The Galaxy Primes
Edward Elmer Smith
Captain Joe shook his head, and the sharpie plunged on and rounded the point into the perfect calm of the protecting shore.Caleb West, Master Diver
F. Hopkinson Smith
The three best rigs for single-man handling are the ketch, yawl or sharpie, or double cat, as it is sometimes called.
A man who knocks about a sandy land in a sharpie should always carry a shovel with him.
He was one of a party of four who were cruising along the gulf coast in a sharpie.Days in the Open
Lathan A. Crandall
- Australian a member of a teenage group having short hair and distinctive clothesCompare skinhead
- trademark a type of permanent marker
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