- a long, narrow, flat-bottomed New England fishing boat with a centerboard and one or two masts, each rigged with a triangular sail
- Informal a shrewd, cunning person, esp. a cheat
Origin of sharpie; from sharp: in sharpiesense , referring to its sharp lines
- A long, narrow, flatbottom fishing boat having a centerboard and one or two masts, each rigged with a triangular sail.
- a. An alert, quick-witted person.b. A sharper.
Origin of sharpieFrom sharp.
From sharp +"Ž -ie (“diminutive suffix").