incisively : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • r  in an incisive manner
    he was incisively critical
  • r  in a precise manner

  • PTI's Donald Barlett and James Steele recently won the National Magazine Award for Public Interest for a series of articles which incisively indict the system of campaign finance.
  • He saw so incisively that by adhering to facts, he revealed the source of fiction.
  • We didn't respond quickly and incisively to some of the mistruths and fearmongering of the "Yes on Prop 8" campaign.
News & Articles

  • Video: Breaking Down Breaking Bad With Matt Zoller Seitz
    New York Magazine TV critic Matt Zoller Seitz incisively recaps Breaking Bad for Vulture, and for the show's last eight episodes, he will be offering a supplementary next-day video that breaks down each episode. In today's debut, he parses the religious symbolism throughout (Walt's bowing at the porcelain god, and ... More »        
    Aug. 12, 2013 - Vulture

  • Floyd Norris in Forbes
    He was wise and calm, able to write rapidly and incisively, and had a deep understanding of markets,said Floyd Norris, an AP business writer from 1979 to 1981 and now chief financial correspondent at The New York Times. "I remember...

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