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Saturday, March 08, 2014

trenchant: definition

trenchant: definition of trenchant in Oxford dictionary (American English) (US): "trenchant
Syllabification: trench·ant
Pronunciation: /ˈtrenCHənt   /

1Vigorous or incisive in expression or style:
she heard angry voices, not loud, yet certainly trenchant


From the early 1920s, the ‘New Realism’ of Grosz, Otto Dix, and Christian Schad expressed a trenchant social criticism comparable with the plays of Bertolt Brecht.

So, in the spirit of giving till it hurts, let me offer up to the least deserving of us my annual scathingly incisive yet perennially trenchant.

A quiet and generally even tempered man, he could be and was trenchant in his criticisms as the occasion demanded."

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