incisively


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in·ci·sive

 (ĭn-sī′sĭv)
adj.
Penetrating, clear, and sharp, as in operation or expression: an incisive mind; incisive comments.

in·ci′sive·ly adv.
in·ci′sive·ness n.
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Adv.1.incisively - in an incisive manner; "he was incisively critical"
2.incisively - in a precise manner; "she always expressed herself precisely"
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Translations

incisively

[ɪnˈsaɪsɪvlɪ] ADV [say, criticize] → de forma incisiva, mordazmente; [express] → de forma incisiva
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incisively

adv speak, formulate, putprägnant; argue, criticize, reasontreffend, scharfsinnig
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incisively

[ɪnˈsaɪsɪvlɪ] adv (remark, question, describe) → incisivamente
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References in classic literature ?
It is known that in the Prince de Conde, the aquiline nose rose out sharply and incisively from a brow slightly retreating, rather low than high, and according to the railers of the court, -- a pitiless race even for genius, -- constituted rather an eagle's beak than a human nose, in the heir of the illustrious princes of the house of Conde.
Morse went on incisively. "Their heritage must be clean, and he is, I am afraid, not clean.
"Then you ought to be ashamed of yourself," he said incisively. "Isn't your society capable of anything else but printing this prophetic bosh in blunt type on this filthy paper eh?
Zeena, apparently accepting this as final, lay watching him in silence while he pulled his suspenders over his shoulders and jerked his arms into his coat; but as he went toward the door she said, suddenly and incisively: "I guess you're always late, now you shave every morning."
But," he added, incisively, "I have to consider what I shall do without it, not with it."
All I can do is probe more incisively and fiercely, then I let my audience decide.
In a wide-ranging analysis he eloquently and incisively explores such diverse topics in Maimonides' philosophy as his views on prophecy, the knowledge of and approach to God: normative, intellectual, and experiential; divine knowledge; human ethics and moral excellence; the divine creative act; imitation of God; and the love and fear of God.
The following game has been selected on the basis that the players come out slugging and the winner incisively and doggedly pursues winning ideas employing both strategical and tactical schemes.
2 ASHLEY YOUNG Aimless punts at the start of the game, but then probed more incisively against Victor Moses.
This is exactly the kind of inquiry university students should be able to deal with competently and incisively. It does not matter what view a student takes as long as his/her analysis is grounded in theories that I am certain must have been part of the syllabus.
The electrification works and installation of street lights based on LED solar energy for efficient, durable and modern lighting system of the area was also discussed incisively and various options were evaluated to finalize the design and nature of streets lights to be installed in Phase-VIII.