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- adj. As sharp as a razor, extremely or ultimately sharp.
- adj. Very clever or quick-witted.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. very clearly delineated
- adj. as sharp as a razor
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Last week, as I was minding my own business, grazing and tending to my beloved little fawn, I was cut down in the prime of my life, pierced through my heart by a razor-sharp arrow delivered by a barbaric human.
During the ensuing months, Chen and Elfiki had become friends, with Chen learning that in addition to possessing a razor-sharp wit and a penchant for practical jokes, Elfiki harbored a competitive edge almost as deep-seated as her own.
The castle had loaned us what appeared to be Victorian-era forceps, which were no match for the razor-sharp teeth on our pike.
The motions of tempo and pitch are rendered nearly imperceptible in comparison to the transitions between smooth, reverb-laden sheen and razor-sharp shimmers.
Furthermore, to keep your body bulletproof and at razor-sharp recovery capacity, a well designed meal plan should have carbohydrate, protein and fat intake changes along with these alterations in training.
By utilizing this principle, your mind will be razor-sharp for race day, and your confidence will soar.
Add Colbert's razor-sharp mockery of Right-Wing extremism, and you have two seminal events that will wake up the young, and, hopefully, more minority voters who came out in 2008, and remind them that their vote does indeed matter.
He sighed and picked up his chainsaw, its razor-sharp teeth shooting reflections from the barely risen sun.
Benny, with his floppy blond hair, and his razor-sharp blue eyes.
In addition, each man carried a razor-sharp iron sword and heavy shield hoplon almost three feet wide on the left arm.
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