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Definition of "sharp-cut" [sharp-cut]

  • Cut sharply or definitely, or so as to make a clear, well-defined impression, as the lines of an engraved plate, and the like; clear-cut; hence, having great distinctness; well-defined; clear. (adjective)

Gnu Collaboartive International Dictionary of English: licensed under The Code Project Open License (CPOL)

Use "sharp-cut" in a sentence
  • "Below, the sharp-cut stones, steep stairs, people in clusters."
  • "Writing now, thirty years afterward, every vision is as distinct, as sharp-cut, every pain as vital and terrible, as on that night."
  • "The choreography, like the music, is sharp-cut and angular, but Lamb avoids the brittleness to which she's occasionally prone."