noun sharp·ie \ˈshär-pē\
plural sharp·ies

Definition of SHARPIE

:  a long narrow shallow-draft boat with flat or slightly V-shaped bottom and one or two masts each carrying a triangular sail
a :  sharper
b :  an exceptionally keen or alert person

Variants of SHARPIE

sharp·ie or sharpy \ˈshär-pē\

Examples of SHARPIE

  1. <those poolroom sharpies cleaned them out>

First Known Use of SHARPIE

circa 1859

Rhymes with SHARPIE


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