What is another word for trenchantly?

Pronunciation: [tɹˈɛnt͡ʃəntli] (IPA)

Trenchantly is an adverb that refers to speaking or writing in a clear, forceful, and effective way. It is often associated with sharp and incisive commentary or criticism that cuts through ambiguity or pretense. Some synonyms for trenchantly could include pointedly, pithily, sharply, clearly, powerfully, cogently, incisively, effectively, and persuasively. These words all convey a sense of forcefulness or impact in language, whether it is in a persuasive argument or a cutting remark. Using words that are synonymous with trenchantly can help writers and speakers to convey their message in a more compelling and memorable way.

Usage examples for Trenchantly

When his former High-flying persecutor, the Earl of Nottingham, went over to the Whigs, and with their acquiescence, or at least without their active opposition, introduced another Bill to put down Occasional Conformity, Defoe wrote trenchantly against it.
"Daniel Defoe"
William Minto
Blaine's voice rang out trenchantly.
"The Crevice"
William John Burns and Isabel Ostrander
"All the world seldom knows the truth, but it shall, in this instance," returned Blaine, trenchantly.
"The Crevice"
William John Burns and Isabel Ostrander

Famous quotes with Trenchantly

  • It was G.K. Chesterton who trenchantly reminded us that, if one was going to preach, then it was more sensible to expend one's energies on addressing the converted rather than the unconverted. It was the former, after all, that were—and even more so are—in constant danger of missing the point and sliding away from the Faith into some vague sort of syncretistic, gnostic, gobbledegook. Chesterton, as ever, was right and should you think this is just another of his tiresome paradoxes may I urge you to re-read him: his prescience concerning our present situation and, worse, where we are heading is astounding.
    Simon Conway Morris

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