sharp (adj.) Old form(s): sharpe
subtle, delicate, acute
1H6 II.iv.17[Warwick to all] in these nice sharp quillets of the law
H8 II.i.14[First Gentleman to Second Gentleman, of Buckingham] He ... alleged / Many sharp reasons to defeat the law
LLL V.i.3[Nathaniel to Holofernes] Your reasons at dinner have been sharp and sententious
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