use poignancy in a sentence.
I didn't enjoy it for its poignancy; I was simply delighted by the phrase "Life as a Service".
For added poignancy, the author of the poem, Wilfred Owen, was killed one week before the end of the war, and his mother (apocryphally?
Quote for poignancy and mention of authoritative diction as a pass of, well, authority.
The worst part is that George Carlin's rants from the '90s can be taken, copy-pasted verbatim and still not lose poignancy.
Charismatic in this sense refers to the fact that it can act a "symbol or rallying point to stimulate conservation awareness and action", which seems appropriate considering the poignancy of how this species was discovered.
A similar idea is the Japanese concept "mono no aware", or roughly "the awareness of things passing" -- a central, inevitable poignancy that comes from the impossible contrast of ourselves against the universe.
I thought South Park was harmless and funny in its 200th and 201st episodes, because the poignancy-to-offensiveness ratio was high (they were pretty inoffensive in their treatment of Islam).
I've seen Toy Story 3 in both 3D (IMAX) and 2D (home DVD), and the scene retains its poignancy (and potency) even on the small screen without the 3D apparatus.
She writes with passion, pathos, and poignancy.
In the past four years the 'news' has just done their usual of light entertainment, emotionalism over rationalism, passion, pathos, and poignancy, people to 'identify' with in 'stories' about individual cases, with next to nothing, zip, zilch, zero, on the real causes and the real ways out.
But, if another 100 million people die, or a billion or few, then the newsies will be right there reporting on the pains, the passion, pathos, and poignancy, with poetry, about the human suffering.
The OP has so many different business cards; there's some pathos and poignancy there.
There is a lot of quite good art available mostly in just performance, with very old tonality; can get plenty of communication, interpretation of human experience, emotion, awash in passion, pathos, poignancy, sympathy, empathy, identification, etc.