How to use trenchant in a sentence

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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.
The drama has many trenchant things to say about New Labour's obsession with style over substance.
In doing so, he subjects central tenets of modern economics to trenchant criticism.
Jones provides a trenchant portrayal of a boy in desperate pursuit of his dreams.
What makes his books so popular is that he presents what he does find in a singularly trenchant and forthright manner.
Members may recall that when the Parole Act and the Sentencing Act were first passed, there was trenchant criticism from the Court of Appeal.
A quiet and generally even tempered man, he could be and was trenchant in his criticisms as the occasion demanded.
The interviewer was the man who at the time was regarded as the most abrasive, trenchant, incisive questioner of the time, Robin Day.
However, only a few of the dozen-strong cast have the requisite style to make the parody trenchant instead of merely silly.
A polygamist has to be a good fighter, so accordingly we find that the peacock is armed with trenchant spurs upon the legs.
Anyone expressing trenchant anti-monarchist views is now suspected of sympathising with Irish republicanism's most fanatical fringe.
Neither was his crime to be caught expressing his trenchant views, even though that was a bit stupid.
Today, his comedies are remembered for their level of artistry, inventiveness and trenchant sarcasm.
Not surprisingly, the avowedly liberal author was a trenchant critic of the decision to intervene militarily.
There are two vocal items, a wordless vocalise with flute and guitar and a trenchant, highly effective group of eight Haiku, a minute each.
Violinist Adela Pena played with a penetrating tone and trenchant musicality.
Moss came to admire Wasserstein and his trenchant deconstruction of his fellow power brokers.
We were going to say something funny and trenchant, but we were re-enacting an Irish funeral service at the pub last night, and so are in no shape to respond.
Much looking forward to going on with what is apparently also a trenchant and enlightening book.
Bulgarians are trenchant in their view that their country can no longer be perceived as a lawless, volatile state where every citizen is on the take.
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Examples from Classical Literature
I only saw him once, but the gleam in his eyes was as harsh and trenchant as that of a knife.
There was the resplendent 'Judgment in Heaven,' with the trenchant Elizabethan apothegm of its epilogue.
But in the hands of Princess Heinrich silence was a trenchant weapon.
It was exhaustive and trenchant, and produced a great effect.
Catenac was in no way disconcerted at this trenchant argument.
My sister had a trenchant way of cutting our bread-and-butter for us, that never varied.Therefore I resolved to put my hunk of bread-and-butter down the leg of my trousers.
The book is rich with both farcical and trenchant episodes, brilliant thumbnail character sketches, nacreous epigrams, and heady bilious torrents of workplace spleen.
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