Third-person singular simple present indicative form of sharp.(verb)
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Use "sharps" in a sentence
"Another difference between squares and sharps is how they approach betting on game day."
"Mrs. Burrell says, Let's open the meeting by singing, "How Firm a Foundation" but Mrs. Ducker says, Oh, don't take that, it's in sharps; take "Nearer, Still Nearer" – it's in flats, and Maudie can handle the flats better."
"My bags were taken behind the glassed-in nurse's station and checked for potential weapons of self-destruction referred to as "sharps" - razors, scissors, mirrors - which were taken away until your departure."