sharp

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  • We kept a sharp look-out for any other boat, but saw none. Cited from The Czar's Spy, by William Le Queux
  • We kept a sharp look out till dark, but saw no more of them. Cited from The Pacha of Many Tales, by Frederick Marryat
  • Put some food into your body, and then keep sharp look-out ahead. Cited from Sir Ludar, by Talbot Baines Reed
  • All we can do for the present is to keep a sharp look-out in front. Cited from The First Hundred Thousand, by Ian Hay [AKA: Major John Hay Beith]
  • They were well-armed, and kept a sharp look-out on all sides. Cited from The Harbor Master, by Theodore Goodridge Roberts
  • After getting round, a sharp look-out was kept for the light. Cited from Afloat And Ashore, by James Fenimore Cooper
  • Although they kept a sharp look-out they saw no more of the Indians. Cited from The Treasure of the Incas, by G. A. Henty
  • Well, run round to the back, and tell them to keep a sharp look-out. Cited from In Honour's Cause, by George Manville Fenn
  • Keep a sharp look-out and try to keep your distance. Cited from The Child of Pleasure, by Gabriele D'Annunzio
  • What a bore it was, always having to keep such a sharp look-out! Cited from Tales of Old Japan, by Algernon Bertram Freeman-Mitford
  • You two keep a sharp look-out, and if you see a black face fire at it. Cited from The Book of the Bush, by George Dunderdale
  • You keep a sharp look-out an' find out how these two are off for money. Cited from Rivers of Ice, by R.M. Ballantyne
  • But though a sharp look-out was kept, no other opportunity for a shot presented itself. Cited from Mother Carey's Chicken, by George Manville Fenn
  • A sharp look-out had of course been kept for any passing sail. Cited from The Three Admirals, by W.H.G. Kingston
  • "We must keep a sharp look out though, and see if they return." Cited from Hardscrabble, by John Richardson
  • Best thing we can do, miss, is to keep a sharp look out for the girl. Cited from Motor Girls on Cedar Lake, by Margaret Penrose
  • A sharp look-out was kept for these visitors, but none were seen. Cited from Steve Young, by George Manville Fenn
  • Then just drive round to the house at two o'clock sharp. Cited from Marie Gourdon, by Maud Ogilvy
  • They have always got to keep a sharp look-out for the rocks ahead. Cited from Fitz the Filibuster, by George Manville Fenn
  • However, he has a sharp mind and is always ready to learn new skills.
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Meaning of sharp

  • noun A musical notation indicating one half step higher than the note named
  • noun A long thin sewing needle with a sharp point
  • adjective Keenly and painfully felt; as if caused by a sharp edge or point
    a sharp pain, sharp winds
  • adjective Having or made by a thin edge or sharp point; suitable for cutting or piercing
    a sharp knife, a pencil with a sharp point
  • adjective (of a musical note) raised in pitch by one chromatic semitone
    C sharp