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Use "trenchantly" in a sentence
"Always outspoken, he spoke trenchantly in the 1970s against attempts to modernise the Anglican liturgy."
"Such is the assessment of Misha Glenny, a British compatriot and colleague of mine who distinguished himself internationally with some powerful reporting on the Balkan wars, and since then has been trenchantly exposing the workings of global organized crime."
"This is the logical fallacy of reification, and the last century of psychological science is filled with unfortunate examples, as Stephen J. Gould trenchantly observed in The Mismeasure of Man."