Albini and Nastasia make a quieter team, but her songs are nonetheless powerful and sharp-edged where they need to be.
sharp-edged attacks, particularly by male rivals, risk running afoul of the societal bias against, essentially, hitting a girl.
The bridge had just been repaired and a pile of small, sharp-edged stones lay close at hand.
However, he did have his long, sharp-edged poniard with him.
She obeyed him, though, and he guided her cold, white hand to the sharp-edged leaves.
Douglas's error became a sharp-edged sword in Lincoln's hand.
Virtue often trips and falls on the sharp-edged rocks of poverty.
You receive an impression of sharp-edged flints and broken bottles.
Something indefinite—a sharp-edged thrill in the tones made the burning bridegroom speak gently to her.
It is necessary to step with care, for the rocks are sharp-edged.