use poignantly in a sentence.
Min poignantly captures the dilemma of second-generation Americans as they try to find a place in their universe, but she also tells of a quest for self-discovery, which is universal.
There was even an undertone of softness that recalled poignantly the Eris she had known in the days before the War'the old Eris who now seemed almost as remote and as lost as if he were lying with all the others out there on the plain.
The cathartic moment recalls the poignantly naïve flip-book coda of
Friends and family recalled the poignantly parallel lives and eerily similar deaths of Dee Dee Kohlmeyer and Kristie Bedard yesterday after the drivers accused of running them over in separate accidents in the past week pleaded not guilty in Superior Court.
But then, I’m talking about something else … I once read Christopher Hitchens say that he had hope for evolution to be an advancing force in the world; this struck me as actually kind of poignantly naive for such a truculent firebrand.