In the morning some sharp-sighted person perceived Judas hanging above the city, and cried out in horror.
“A worthy, honest man—not too sharp-sighted,” she said of Sir Thomas to herself.
A sharp-sighted seaman stood on the fore-yard, from whence he conned the vessel,—the lead kept going as before.
It could, indeed, be seen in full daylight by sharp-sighted people.
It made Ursula shudder slightly, the quick, sharp-sighted, intent animality of the man.
When on the hunt for prey, it is very cunning and sharp-sighted.
None are so sharp-sighted as hostile critics, and from none can such good lessons be learned.
As an engineer he was clever, intelligent, sharp-sighted, and energetic.
Whether the sharp-sighted Castilian placed any confidence in these professions, or not, it suited his designs to appear to do so.
So thought Wolsey, the most sharp-sighted of English ministers.