Noun(1) a kind of pain such as that caused by a wound or a burn or a sore
Verb(1) be the source of pain
Adjective(1) showing mental alertness and calculation and resourcefulness(2) elegant and stylish(3) characterized by quickness and ease in learning(4) improperly forward or bold(5) painfully severe(6) quick and brisk(7) capable of independent and apparently intelligent action
(1) I'm old-fashioned about ├ö├ç├┐going to the bank├ö├ç├û, clinging to the feeling that it's a posh outing, needing smart clothes.(2) Nice, rich Jewish boy, smart house, no need for the bright, questioning girl to consider a career.(3) We galloped out of Vals at a smart pace and made the 124 Km quite easily in the prescribed 2 1/2 hours.(4) In smart suit, immaculate blue shirt and plainish tie, Kinski attempts to demystify the complexities of the post-privatisation utility businesses.(5) So, slowly but surely, the Metrobus blue-and-yellow is dying out, and that horrible green Arriva thing will be replaced by a smart red.(6) When built at the turn of the last century this was in a smart district of the city, but decay has set in.(7) I guess I have to wear smart clothes, either way.(8) It was July 1959 when David's smart , green Daimler bus was crossing through traffic lights at Heaton Park's Grand Lodge.(9) Near the Serpentine, he became aware of a smart green and yellow phaeton stopped ahead of him.(10) There came to the door, very late one evening a very shy, middle-aged man, very neat, smart suit, shirt and tie - he had just been thrown out of the family home where enough had been enough.(11) On top of that, he was grace with a very smart , intelligent, warm, caring, friendly brain.(12) The family moved to their present home in a smart district on the edge of the town about two-and-a-half years ago.(13) The style of the gate should match the house: a wicket gate would look out of place in a smart city setting, whereas antique wrought iron might lead to expectations that a cottage garden fails to meet.(14) She knew her friend and knew she was good at making men angry with her bitter tone and smart remarks.(15) He's really, really smart - intellectually curious, thoughtful, creative, you name it.(16) They equate winning with intellect, rich with smart .