Meaning of piquantly in English:

piquantly

Pronunciation /ˈpiːkɒntli/ /ˈpiːkəntli/

adverb

See piquant

‘In this well-written, lively, evocative memoir, she has produced a work that is as piquantly entertaining as her rasam recipe.’
  • ‘Sillito and the Academy give the agile and melting Petri excellent support, and while the engineering is warm, it allows the piquantly penetrating characters of the recorders to come through.’
  • ‘What piquantly captured the imagination of each, from competitor to consumer-to straw boss to newly outsourced consultant, was how all-inclusive the bench warrant was.’
  • ‘Salads are piquantly dressed, potatoes sautéed in duck fat are copiously served and the house wine, a young Cotes du Rhone, is more than adequate.’
  • ‘They brought back piquantly appropriate or delusive answers, piquant enough to condemn the stories.’