- v. present participle of sharpen.
“He said O'Donnell's only experience is in "sharpening the partisan divide but not at bridging it.”
“Of course, the downside of this is that if you're extremely sensitive, as I am, it means you need to protect yourself from people who take a malicious pleasure in sharpening their blades on your misfortunes and brandishing their cleverness at your expense.”
“So the first time I took them to a pro sharpener he said no sharpening is needed on these blades it only takes metal off.”
“These tapes would then be used by other crew EWOs interested in sharpening their listening and signal interpretation skills.”
“If you’re not willing to keep your commitments to yourself, especially in sharpening your own saw, somewhere down the road - and from my observations – I suspect clients will not be as certain that you’ll continue to keep your commitments to them.”
“She paused, a pained expression sharpening the fine lines around her eyes.”
“She was aware of Helena's expression sharpening several degrees.”
“It may be of some political use in sharpening their industry.] 146 Blackstone’s Tables”
“Honing means running the edge of the knife along a rodlike device called a sharpening steel.”
“U of T president David Naylor welcomed the idea of sharpening the focus of each institution, especially if it means some schools, like the U of T, become more focused on graduate programs than they are right now.”
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