One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
See razor edge
- ‘Now all you need is a razor-edged credit card and you are ready to enter the gladiatorial pit that is the Christmas sales.’
- ‘What had once been a razor-edged, crisply focused front sight suddenly turned into a furry, indistinct, gelatin-like blob.’
- ‘He heard the distant call of a morning jay, and then his concentration funneled into razor-edged sharpness.’
- ‘There was a metallic flash as the razor-edged leaves flew toward them.’
- ‘Glass was shredded like paper into tiny, razor-edged shards.’
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