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acid sharp or cutting in speech. [1/4 definitions]
acute sharp; severe. [2/4 definitions]
agile quick in mind; sharp; alert. [1/2 definitions]
arrowhead the sharp, pointed part on the end of an arrow.
awl a tool used to make holes in leather or wood. Awls are small and have a sharp point.
barb a small, sharp point that sticks out in the opposite direction of the main point or hook, as on an arrow, fishhook, or the like.
bark1 to say in a harsh or sharp manner. [1/3 definitions]
barnacle a small sea animal that attaches its shell to rocks, the bottom of ships, docks, and other objects in shallow parts of the ocean. Barnacles float freely in the ocean when they are young. They develop shells with sharp edges as adults. Barnacles are kinds of crustaceans.
bitter having a sharp, bad taste that is neither sour nor salty. [1/3 definitions]
blunt having a dull edge or point; not sharp. [1/3 definitions]
brilliant having a very smart, sharp, and quick mind. [1/3 definitions]
bur the prickly and sharp covering for the seed of some plants. [1/2 definitions]
buzzard a very large bird with a hooked bill and sharp claws; American vulture.
cackle to make the sharp, broken cry of a hen. [2/4 definitions]
chili the pod of a tropical pepper plant. Chili has a strong, sharp flavor. [1/2 definitions]
chili pepper the pod of a tropical pepper plant. A chili pepper has a strong, sharp flavor that makes food spicy when it is added to it.
chink2 to make or cause to make a sharp sound like a chime.
chisel a metal tool with a sharp edge, used for cutting stone, wood, or metal. [1/2 definitions]
chop1 to cut by hitting many times with a very sharp tool. [1/4 definitions]
clank to cause to make a sharp or clanking sound. [1/4 definitions]
clap to strike together, making a sharp, short sound. [1/5 definitions]