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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsharp-tonguedˌsharp-ˈtongued adjective [usually before noun]  saying things in a disapproving or unfriendly way which often upsets people his sharp-tongued wife
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sharp-tonguedIn Kirk Askew, Margarett found a sharp-tongued companion and a compassionate friend.Gao Yang noticed a frothy string of bloody sputum at the corner of his mouth and felt sorry for the sharp-tongued fellow.
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