Definition of sharp-edged in English:

sharp-edged

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adjective

  • 1Having a sharp edge or edges: sharp-edged weapons
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    • The sharp-edged steel and concrete I saw the night before looks almost beautiful underneath its crown of clouds.
    • Sharp-edged geometry and lush abundance - seemingly contradictory elements - share common ground in Kim's garden.
    • Carve the inside using a melon baller or a small sharp-edged spoon, reserving the flesh.
  • 1.1(Of words) critical or cutting: sharp-edged satire
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    • Although the script delivers sharp-edged dialogue, the movie fails to integrate the supposed cultural conflicts of a cockney colloquial in sun bleached California.
    • Maybe in her depression over this loss she's a little more sharp-edged than usual.
    • The dialogue is characteristically sharp-edged and forthright, but too much is left unsaid as to why characters act as they do.

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