Definition of sharpie
1 : a long narrow shallow-draft boat with flat or slightly V-shaped bottom and one or two masts each carrying a triangular sail
2a : sharperb : an exceptionally keen or alert person
Examples of sharpie in a Sentence
those poolroom sharpies cleaned them out
Recent Examples of sharpie from the Web
The decision to prohibit hunting comes after the 2017 spring survey showed an 18% decline in sharpies observed.
Carter, now the editor of Vanity Fair, said that since then, Trump has regularly mailed him tear sheets from magazines with his hands circled in gold Sharpie to highlight the length of his fingers.
NEW YORK — Lonzo Ball glides a silver sharpie across hundreds of trading cards.
On a recent, sunny afternoon, Bennett sat at a table near Brewer's Bobby Maxwell Field in rural Florette and took out a sharpie.
His company car was a huge Vauxhall station wagon full of records, tape, sharpies, staple guns and posters.
For a pen, Shea likes a standard Bic fine point; Sharpies could fade.
The fans with photos and Sharpies all missed Dale Earnhardt Jr. stroll by Wallace on the way to his car.
Allwood recommends using a sharpie, rather than acrylic paint, which is likely to peel.
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