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acutely (adverb), more acutely, most acutely
1. Regarding how the senses and feelings can be affected in a keen, delicate, sharp, or poignant manner: When Jane's boyfriend kissed her in front of their classmates, Jane was acutely abashed.
2. Concerning how a person's mental faculties respond in a shrewd or astute manner: Doug was acutely observant when the wild boar came into view.
3. Descriptive of how material things can suddenly change in direction or degree: All at once there was a forceful blast of wind which flipped Nancy's umbrella acutely inside out.

Sandy wore some shoes that had acutely red high heels.

This entry is located in the following unit: acuto-, acut-, acuti-, acu-, -cusis; also, agu- (page 4)