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Sentence count:104+4 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-03-01Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: affectingtouchingSimilar words: malignantindignantindignantlystagnantpregnantrepugnantsignalpregnancyMeaning: ['pɔɪnjənt]  adj. 1. arousing affect 2. keenly distressing to the mind or feelings. 
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1. The photograph awakens poignant memories of happier days.
2. Her face was a poignant reminder of the passing of time.
3. I found his speech deeply poignant.
4. It is especially poignant that he died on the day before the wedding.
5. It is especially poignant that he died on the day before his wedding.
6. For them it was a particularly poignant one.
7. I did a very poignant malaria detection kit video.
8. But this one was so poignant, so honest.
9. It never happened, despite occasional flashes and poignant near-misses.
10. Nothing: that's a particularly poignant kind of pain.
11. Even so, the impending auction has stirred poignant memories.
12. A poignant but erroneous cliche has made its way into journalism over the past few years.
13. And each subsequent day, as the poignant search continued,[] she welcomed me back.
14. In a poignant moment, Richter interrupted his speech to thank his mother and father.
15. It is a poignant story this, and an unnerving one.
16. That's where those images of Picasso were very poignant. Very dramatic, yes.
17. Delivery performance is particularly poignant and assumes a high visibility.
18. The presence of the rest of the family made John's absence even more poignant.
19. Although many consider Crouching Tiger,Hidden Dragon to be foremost an excellent kung fu movie,the story depicts many forms of love,the most memorable of which is the poignant romance between the two star-crossed lovers played by Chow Yun fat and Michelle Yeoh.
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20. I found the scene in which Percy proposed to Olive tremendously poignant.
21. Inside this flawed, and somehow centre-less, one-man show are some poignant questions.
22. Reading the files of the Wasp network reveals a poignant tragicomic coda to the cold war.
23. Alone on the open desert, I have made up songs of wild, poignant rejoicing and transcendent melancholy.
24. The fact that the Grimkes came of notable Southern Huguenot stock made their case especially poignant.
25. In the end, no subject is too serious for opera to treat, or necessarily too unpleasant, or too poignant.
26. Portraits of young men in uniform, many of whom never returned, make a poignant moment in most twentieth-century family collections.
27. These days he still carries on the good fight, primarily through his poignant, unadorned music.
28. And because the enemies should be allies, the clash is poignant.
29. This intrusion or invasion into the thick impasto of the declamatory surface is peculiarly poignant and suggestive.
30. Autumn, with its gold and red, makes the passing of time even more poignant.
More similar words: malignantindignantindignantlystagnantpregnantrepugnantsignalpregnancystagnancysignaturedesignateforeign aidrepugnancedesignatedmagnanimitymagnanimousresignationdesignationindignationtenantremnantcovenantdominantresonantruminantignorantdissonantpredominantsignificantinsignificant
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