And for the station work, it's well to have a sharpish lad, and a civil-spoken one.
There was a sharpish curve on the line close to the station.
There was something a little unsatisfactory in the countenance of this light-haired youth, with the sharpish upturned nose.
It was in charge of an agent who was a sharpish fellow, with all his wits about him.
Not much older than yourself, in a brown suit, tall and thin, with sharpish features and quick smiling eyes.
Well, I have had a sharpish bout of it, as her ladyship there no doubt has told you.
But just at the foot there was a sharpish turn in the road, and Welland looked at it earnestly.
Ay, said the flockmaster unctuously, when letters doesnt say anything ye ha to be sharpish to understand em.
"We are going to begin with a sharpish climb," Lisle said to another officer.
Thy nose is sharpish at th' end; thou'rt more like thy father than ever thou wert before.