Yes. It is the adverb form of the adjective sharp, and meaning keenly, strongly, or tersely. His skills had been sharply honed by practice. The car turned sharply to the left. He spoke sharply to his assistant.
you put your hand on your head, with your thumb bent into your palm, and sharply drive your hand upward.or you can do that same thing, but on you chest, and instead of driving your hand sharply upward, you drive… Full Answer
'Sharply' is an adverb, so you'd want to use 'contrast' in a verb form. Adding an 's' to 'contrast' would work. Consider these examples: The rain today sharply contrasts yesterday's weather. His shirt's color is in sharp contrast with his… Full Answer