Another word for incisive
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These adjectives refer to keenness and forcefulness of thought, expression, or intellect. Incisive and trenchant suggest penetration to the heart of a subject and clear, sharp, and vigorous expression: an incisive report; trenchant wit. Biting and cutting often have a sarcastic or sardonic quality capable of wounding or stinging: “Biting remarks revealed her attitude of contempt” (D.H. Lawrence). “He can say the driest, most cutting things in the quietest of tones” (Charlotte Brontë). Crisp suggests clarity, conciseness, and briskness: a crisp retort.
Another word for incisiveadjective
Possessing or displaying perceptions of great accuracy and sensitivity:acute, keen1, penetrating, perceptive, probing, sensitive, sharp, trenchant. See careful, sharp