Once edgily shocking, the show now feels rich with pathos and poignancy.
The prickly sessions between the king, Bertie (as he was known to his family), and Lionel are charged with humor and poignancy.
With pomp and poignancy, Britain buried its longest-serving prime minister of the 20th century.
At 78, Schmidt is looking for redemption and cleansing, and, like DiMaggio, comedy and poignancy achieve a perfect balance.
Either way, part of the tragedy and poignancy of polio is its preferential spread to babies and toddlers.
But the sight of the brave old knight struggling to master his grief for his sake, relieved the poignancy of his own sorrow.
But indistinct as things were, the poignancy of it went through him, and he groaned.
He rose with a curse in his heart, the poignancy of the contrast was too much for him.
The momentary pain she felt in her heart had the poignancy of an actual stab.
The continuous raillery against female foibles is playful in its poignancy.