Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • With pungency; sharply.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adverb In a pungent manner; sharply.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • adverb In a pungent manner.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adverb with pungency; in a pungent manner
  • adverb with a pungent taste or smell

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Examples

  • I once described Rózsa's music as "user-friendly Bartók," and that's not a bad way to sum up this masterly piece, whose musical language recalls the pungently folk-like modal coloration of Bartók but has an astringent romanticism all its own.

    ArtsJournal: Daily Arts News

  • I once described Rózsa's music as "user-friendly Bartók," and that's not a bad way to sum up this masterly piece, whose musical language recalls the pungently folk-like modal coloration of Bartók but has an astringent romanticism all its own.

    ArtsJournal: Daily Arts News

  • I once described Rózsa's music as "user-friendly Bartók," and that's not a bad way to sum up this masterly piece, whose musical language recalls the pungently folk-like modal coloration of Bartók but has an astringent romanticism all its own.

    About Last Night

  • I once described Rózsa's music as "user-friendly Bartók," and that's not a bad way to sum up this masterly piece, whose musical language recalls the pungently folk-like modal coloration of Bartók but has an astringent romanticism all its own.

    ArtsJournal: Daily Arts News

  • I once described Rózsa's music as "user-friendly Bartók," and that's not a bad way to sum up this masterly piece, whose musical language recalls the pungently folk-like modal coloration of Bartók but has an astringent romanticism all its own.

    About Last Night

  • I once described Rózsa's music as "user-friendly Bartók," and that's not a bad way to sum up this masterly piece, whose musical language recalls the pungently folk-like modal coloration of Bartók but has an astringent romanticism all its own.

    About Last Night

  • I once described Rózsa's music as "user-friendly Bartók," and that's not a bad way to sum up this masterly piece, whose musical language recalls the pungently folk-like modal coloration of Bartók but has an astringent romanticism all its own.

    About Last Night

  • I once described Rózsa's music as "user-friendly Bartók," and that's not a bad way to sum up this masterly piece, whose musical language recalls the pungently folk-like modal coloration of Bartók but has an astringent romanticism all its own.

    About Last Night

  • I once described Rózsa's music as "user-friendly Bartók," and that's not a bad way to sum up this masterly piece, whose musical language recalls the pungently folk-like modal coloration of Bartók but has an astringent romanticism all its own.

    About Last Night

  • I once described Rózsa's music as "user-friendly Bartók," and that's not a bad way to sum up this masterly piece, whose musical language recalls the pungently folk-like modal coloration of Bartók but has an astringent romanticism all its own.

    About Last Night

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