Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having the appearance of sharpness; hungry-looking; emaciated; lean.
“Shots I took with The Barbl looked a little washed-out, while those taken with Little Orange Box were high-contrast and sharp-looking, occasionally with scratches on the images.”
“With his well-coiffed, curly black hair and sharp-looking suits, Charles brought GQ-like style to CNN's broadcasts.”
“A case in point is Students for Mitch Daniels, which has launched a sharp-looking website on behalf of the Indiana governor.”
“Civilians in black tie circulated among the ship's exhibits on the hangar deck with military personnel in sharp-looking dress uniforms, sporting the service medals and ribbons that mark their own brand of bling—none more impressive than four-star Navy Adm.”
“This sharp-looking restoration is good though the all-but absent extras are not up to standard for a movie with this strong of a history.”
“Men filled the bailey by the time they passed through the wall tunnel, each one armed with a sword or an axe or some other outrageously sharp-looking implement.”
“Ms. Cody expressed a few anxieties about making "Land of God" and then said she had to save a friend who she feared was being hit on by a slick man in a sharp-looking gray suit.”
“Republican Presidential candidate Ron Paul wearing a sharp-looking 1970s Houston Astros uniform in a Congressional baseball game.”
“The day conjures the stinking cruciferous vegetable, boiled meat, damp Aran wool, bagpipes keening on Channel 11, sharp-looking firemen in dress uniforms with black hair and pink cheeks congregating, flirtatious, post-parade, in 2nd Avenue gin-mill doorways.”
“This sharp-looking 60-inch 1080p plasma TV from LG is among the best big-screen sets we've tested, with excellent picture quality across the board.”
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