Your dished spurs make me as sharp-set now, as they did when the cook was the fairest maid in Yarrow.
And if she has refused once, fly her sharp-set the next time.
He never failed to carry a portion to his mother, sharp-set as he always was himself.
But with never a halt we went on our way, sharp-set to reach Edinburgh.
The next morning found us very empty and sharp-set, though a very sound night's rest had contributed its utmost to refresh us.
Presently Alfred appeared, sharp-set after a good day's business.
Perhaps it was their sharp-set appetites that made them think the food tasted unusually fine.
But I was wakeful now and my mind was sharp-set on many things.
"Gentlemen, pray Heaven you are all too sharp-set to be dainty," said the knight, evading his wife's question.
Ye see, I wasna that sharp-set the day, sae I had jist a mou'fu' o' breid and cheese.