- having a fine edge or edges.
- acute and caustic: a sharp-edged wit.
Origin of sharp-edged
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Sharp-edged attacks, particularly by male rivals, risk running afoul of the societal bias against, essentially, hitting a girl.Both Parties Want Binders Full of Women
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Albini and Nastasia make a quieter team, but her songs are nonetheless powerful and sharp-edged where they need to be.The Yes List—A Stunning New Folk Album You Need to Hear
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However, he did have his long, sharp-edged poniard with him.Frontier Boys in Frisco
"No doubt Mr. Raeburn would thank you," said his friend, with a sharp-edged smile.We Two
Douglas's error became a sharp-edged sword in Lincoln's hand.
You receive an impression of sharp-edged flints and broken bottles.American Sketches
It is necessary to step with care, for the rocks are sharp-edged.The Heart of the White Mountains, Their Legend and Scenery
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