Synonym: acute, discriminating, keen, knifelike, penetrating, penetrative, piercing, sharp. Similar words: decisive, derisive, decision, financial crisis, massive, passive, elusive, pensive. Meaning: [ɪn'saɪsɪv] adj. 1. having or demonstrating ability to recognize or draw fine distinctions 2. suitable for cutting or piercing.
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1, Her questions were well-formulated and incisive.
2, She picked up the gauntlet in her incisive Keynote Address to the Conference.
3, His presentation was clear and incisive.
4, The error was obvious to an incisive mind like his.
5, The film gains incisive bite from Sellers' performance as the union chief.
6, Lee was at the hub of some incisive attacks in the second half.
7, Its analysis of police culture was certainly incisive and accurate, as can be judged by its wholesale condemnation.
8, Everyman wasn't as comprehensive and incisive as it might have been, but it was an intriguing, doleful documentary none the less.
9, Celtic's pressure, though, was more insistent than incisive and the visitors defended comfortably enough.
10, Her ability to combine ravishing description with incisive analysis was outstanding.
11, For some one who had just completed an incisive experiment, Stafford seemed remarkably subdued,[http://sentencedict.com/incisive.html] even irritable.
12, Lily's incisive lyrical observations belie her years.
13, This is Scribble With Unique Thougts and Incisive Words.
14, He had too incisive and agile a mind.
15, The condition or quality of being incisive; incisiveness.
16, There was good wits, incisive but always peripheral information.
17, The shiitake mushroom can prevent the incisive condyloma duplicate.
18, I feel incisive and vivid, with fickleness faded.
19, The reason probably is the incisive micro-habitats are appropriate to the acid-producing micro-organism.
20, With clarity and incisive scholarship, this volume offers a new appreciation of the work of artists from Van Dyck to the Pre-Raphaelites.
21, Despite occasional patches of purple prose, the book is mostly clear and incisive.
22, You may know him as the talented creator of that incisive Tucson Weekly comic strip, Staggering Heights.
23, The title, like nearly everything else in this brilliant, incisive political potboiler, is well-nigh perfect.
24, Least developed in the gorilla but greater in chimpanzees and australopithecines, with formation of incisive canal.
25, They crossed the former's tight disco-funk arrangements with witty incisive lyrics more usually associated with new wave bands.
26, His craft just keeps getting better, his gentle ribbing of modern human existence ever-more incisive.
27, How she would have skewered all this passing fuss with her incisive wit!
28, The Chicago settings are authentically bleak and the plotting subtle and incisive.
29, David Anderson was a selfless public servant with an incisive analytical mind.
30, The statute is hardly a masterpiece of insightful policymaking or incisive drafting.
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