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acute
used in A Prayer for Owen Meany

3 uses
  • Perhaps the boarders feel acutely lonely then, but I feel fine.
    p. 285.4
  • Everyone was always staring at my mother, but the scrutiny seemed especially intense that day, or else I am remembering it acutely because it was the last time I saw her alive.
    p. 34.6
  • When Lydia was alive, my grandmother seemed content with her reading; either she and Lydia took turns reading to each other, or they forced Germaine to read aloud to them—while they rested their eyes and exercised their acute interest in educating Germaine.
    p. 262.2

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