Difference between sharpen and hone
- make crisp or more crisp and precise
- put (an image) into focus
- make (images or sounds) sharp or sharper
- raise the pitch of (musical notes)
- become sharp or sharper
This knife needs sharpening.
Sharpening his rhetoric, what they call contrasting himself with Senator Clinton before she started fighting back.
A blunt knife may be sharpened on a stone, but if a man is stupid there is no help for his stupidity.
- a whetstone made of fine gritstone; used for sharpening razors
- sharpen with a hone
- make perfect or complete
Band leader, Ray Blue, is also a composer, arranger and performer on tenor, alto and soprano saxophones.
I again affirm that I need make no apology for attaching my name to that of one so worthy the esteem of his co-dogs, ay, and co-cats too; for in spite of the differences which have so often raised up a barrier between the members of his race and ours, not even the noblest among us could be degraded by raising a "mew" to the honour of such a thoroughly honest dog.
Divide half the mixture between 4 glass bowls, then sprinkle with a few fresh raspberries and a bit more crushed honeycomb.