Meaning of incisively in English:


Pronunciation /ɪnˈsʌɪsɪvli/

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‘But he does not allow himself to yield either to the past, or its falsifier, nostalgia, the ‘history’ of which mind-set he incisively anatomises.’
  • ‘As he coolly, incisively probes away, his questions elicit fascinating personal revelations, generating feelings of anger, guilt, panic and emptiness.’
  • ‘That's an important issue and one that strikes to the heart of why we train college students to think logically, research carefully and write incisively.’
  • ‘Management as a discipline made sense only its 21st century social context, about which he wrote incisively well into his ninth decade.’
  • ‘He speaks intelligently and incisively, a skill he has had to master when representing himself in the Australian court system.’