1. sharper the sharpest
That knife wasn't sharp and I couldn't cut the meat with it, so I resorted to using my pocket knife.
I have a hard time seeing the logic of this latest decision of his. He just isn't as sharp as he used to be.
Nobody anticipated such a sharp decline in interest rates.
He was on the verge of revealing the secret when a sharp look from Martha shut him up.
Its sharp claws began to open and close, open and close.
A sharp tongue is the only edged tool that grows keener with constant use.
In the kitchen, you're more apt to cut yourself with a dull knife than with a sharp one.
This may be because of a change in people's attitude toward marriage and the sharp increase of fast food restaurants and convenience stores which are open 24 hours a day and enable young people to live more easily.
What Alice, waiting for a reply, was faced with was a sudden howl. It was a resounding noise, sharp as to burst her ear drums, loud as to reach unto the heavens.
Dad, should I poke Rod with a sharp thing like the mouse did?
Sharp knife, sharp pain, sharp criticism, to be a bit sharp with people, sharp turn, sharp tongue
The economic and financial crisis also brought a sharp fall in world trade.
What time of day are you at your sharpest?
There is data indicating a sharp increase in seizures of falsified medicines by customs.
3. attractive and fashionable
4. able to think very quickly