“Years of sitting at a judging table determining a person's fate with a sharp-tongued critique has given Mr. Cowell a Messiah complex, Ms. Abdul says.”
“I have a little more sharp-tongued arguments in my motions than is thought wise by some.”
“She is smart and sharp-tongued, but also a woman in pain who sees vulnerability as weakness.”
“Milk Like Sugar becomes less distinctive the further away it moves from that sharp-tongued almost satirical opening.”
“That said, "The Secret Knowledge" remains a sharp-tongued and heartfelt primer on modern American conservatism.”
“In our home town, my wife's attempts to forge mother and child activities with similarly aged, nearby nieces elicited sharp-tongued unpleasantness.”
“Wilson's Our Times Picador, $20, the third volume in his history of modern Britain, "is a sharp-tongued elegy to what Wilson considers a vanished country," according to Stephen Lowman.”
“Enter patient Ann Atkinson (Glenda Jackson), a sharp-tongued divorcee who has given up on love-that is, until she meets the good doctor.”
“In contrast to the gentle Maria, raped by the fascists, the earthy, sharp-tongued Pilar is a gypsy, sexual expert and powerful woman who dominates the guerrilla fighters.”
“Emptiest of all is Megan Mullally's Rosemary, who represents the kind of sharp-tongued, sexually loose, frequently married mess you're far more likely to meet on TV than in life.”
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