Definition of punchily in English:


Pronunciation /ˈpənCHəlē/


See punchy

‘By this he was trying to say that its convenient format allows readers to pick it up and idly flick through one of the nine the punchily written sections.’
  • ‘The New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman puts it punchily: ‘I support united Europe because I think two United States are better than one.’’
  • ‘Quidam started punchily with Zoe's father and mother being hoisted up by a wire before the proceedings were unraveled with stunning effect.’
  • ‘It is a brilliant slogan for conveying clearly and punchily that the old world of ideology has gone forever.’
  • ‘It was served with a punchily dressed green salad and another salad of beetroot, potato and watercress.’