from The Century Dictionary.
- In an acute manner; sharply; keenly; with nice discrimination.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adverb In an acute manner; sharply; keenly; with nice discrimination.
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- adverb In an
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adverb changing suddenly in direction and degree
- adverb in an acute manner
- adverb having a rapid onset
- adverb in a shrewd manner
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The Chinese authorities remain acutely aware of Ai's complex and innovative heresy and in China, an "edgy" artist has to face greater challenges than mockery or dismissive critics.
Second, the Arab world suffers acutely from a deficit in governance.
Delirium is characterized by an acutely developing, diffuse cognitive impairment and an alteration in consciousness.
In 1830, an Italian officer came to the inn – an elderly man, exiled from his country for political causes, arid suffering acutely from a frightful wound received sixteen years previously, when he was serving under Napoleon I.
It could never have been described as acutely sensitive, and it never developed much beyond the rudimentary stage.
There were several specimens in it that I can still recall acutely, one of which was spodumene collected from a New England pegmatite.
If you don't notice a difference in how you feel after re-introducing aspartame, it's a safe bet you're able to tolerate aspartame acutely, meaning your body doesn't have an immediate, adverse response.
Marlon Barton is 26 years old and "acutely" autistic.
Financial pressure on South African consumers, brought about by interest rate hikes and declining disposable income, impacted the bank's personal and business banking "acutely".
Bell, who died from multiple blunt force injuries due to an accident, was "acutely" intoxicated, the Medical Examiner's Office said.