- r with pungency; in a pungent manner
he wrote pungently about his contemporaries
- r with a pungent taste or smell
the soup was pungently flavored
- What Bolshevism's planners think of Bolshevism's executors pungently appeared last week at a Congress of Master Builders in the Kremlin with Dictator Joseph Stalin and most other.
- His sidekick, Trapper, pungently played by Elliott Gould, is a fur-bearing slob with the skills of a Christiaan Barnard and the instincts of a pornographer.
- Last week, the London Evening Standard published a six-column Letter From A Soldier which pungently voiced many a Briton's opinion of talkative politicians.