Poignant

• (a.) Pricking; piercing; sharp; pungent. • (a.) Fig.: Pointed; keen; satirical.
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poignant

adjective keenly distressing to the mind or feelings; `poignant anxiety`
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Poignant

Poign'ant adjective [ French, present participle of poindre to sting, from Latin pungere to prick, sting. See Pungent .] 1. Pricking; piercing; sharp; pungent. 'His poignant spear.' Spenser. ' Poynaunt sauce.' Chaucer. 2. Fig.: Pointe...
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poignant

arousing affect
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poignant

deeply moving keen 
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poignant

keenly distressing to the mind or feelings
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poignant

keenly distressing to the mind or feelings
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poignant

poignant, poinant 1. Physically painful: `Keen, poignant agonies seemed to shoot from his neck downward”. 2. Keenly distressing to the mind or feelings: 'poignant anxiety'. 3. Profoundly moving; touching: 'a poignant memory'. 4. Piercing; incisive: 'poignant criticism'. 5. Neat, skillful, and to the point: 'poignant illustrations supplementing...
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poignant

[adj] - keenly distressing to the mind or feelings
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