incisiveness[ in-sahy-siv ]SEE DEFINITION OF incisiveness
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INCISIVENESS
Jeremy was pale, but his manner kept its incisiveness, his speech its lucidity.
There is lack of incisiveness, sharpness of outline, cohesion of thought.
There appears to be an incisiveness about them which appeals to parrot nature.
The beauty and incisiveness of the poetic prophecy in xxxvii.
"It is certainly a medley," he replied, with some incisiveness.
Her incisiveness seemed to fail her when with Lawrence Vickery.
What is the faculty which gives relief, brilliancy, and incisiveness to thought?
Incisive he was not ordinarily; caution of his type harmonises ill with incisiveness.
Probably this work lost something in incisiveness and brilliancy by being postponed till the writer's old age.
Time had chiseled it to an incisiveness not incongruous with a lingering air of youth.