Much looking forward to going on with what is apparently also a trenchant and enlightening book.
He first hit a nerve in 1996 with his trenchant bestseller The Death of Common Sense.
From the Reagan ascension until recently, the most trenchant description of the prevailing vision was “Starve the Beast.”
Typically, the Internet exploded with trenchant commentary about the leather jacket Palin wore.
Moss came to admire Wasserstein and his trenchant deconstruction of his fellow power brokers.
Again Floss Dickerson dropped her trenchant personality into the breach.
Catenac was in no way disconcerted at this trenchant argument.
His voice had become hard and trenchant like that knife to which he was so ready to make constant allusion.
I only saw him once, but the gleam in his eyes was as harsh and trenchant as that of a knife.
The era of "social unrealities," to use the trenchant phrase of Daniel, had come.