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razor-like Line breaks: razor-like

Definition of razor-like in English:

adjective

Extremely sharp: its teeth are slim and razor-like for slicing through flesh the razor-like insights of Spike’s dialogue
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  • A great barracuda suddenly appeared out of nowhere, its razor-like teeth and silver body slicing through the water and dispersing the fish in all directions.
  • The most primitive human stone tool sites date back 2.6 million years to when people were flaking the rock to create a razor-like edge.
  • I was a bit mortified by what I assumed was an outbreak of laziness but the razor-like discomfort in my throat yesterday put me right as far as that goes.

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