poignant

Poignant vs Poignant - What's the difference?

poignant | poignant |


In obsolete|of a weapon etc|lang=en terms the difference between poignant and poignant

is that poignant is (obsolete|of a weapon etc) sharp-pointed; keen while poignant is (obsolete|of a weapon etc) sharp-pointed; keen.

In figuratively|of a taste or smell|lang=en terms the difference between poignant and poignant

is that poignant is (figuratively|of a taste or smell) piquant, pungent while poignant is (figuratively|of a taste or smell) piquant, pungent.

In figuratively|of a look, or of words|lang=en terms the difference between poignant and poignant

is that poignant is piercing while poignant is piercing.

In dated|mostly british|lang=en terms the difference between poignant and poignant

is that poignant is (dated|mostly british) inducing sharp physical pain while poignant is (dated|mostly british) inducing sharp physical pain.

As adjectives the difference between poignant and poignant

is that poignant is (obsolete|of a weapon etc) sharp-pointed; keen while poignant is (obsolete|of a weapon etc) sharp-pointed; keen.

Poignant vs Difference - What's the difference?

poignant | difference |


As an adjective poignant

is (obsolete|of a weapon etc) sharp-pointed; keen.

As a noun difference is

difference.

Exquisite vs Poignant - What's the difference?

exquisite | poignant |


As adjectives the difference between exquisite and poignant

is that exquisite is especially fine or pleasing; exceptional while poignant is (obsolete|of a weapon etc) sharp-pointed; keen.

As a noun exquisite

is (rare) fop, dandy.

Poignant vs Disappoint - What's the difference?

poignant | disappoint |


As an adjective poignant

is (obsolete|of a weapon etc) sharp-pointed; keen.

As a verb disappoint is

to displease by eg underperforming or disappoint can be (internet slang).

Poignant vs Dread - What's the difference?

poignant | dread |


As adjectives the difference between poignant and dread

is that poignant is (obsolete|of a weapon etc) sharp-pointed; keen while dread is terrible; greatly feared.

As a verb dread is

to fear greatly.

As a noun dread is

great fear in view of impending evil; fearful apprehension of danger; anticipatory terror.

Mordant vs Poignant - What's the difference?

mordant | poignant |


As adjectives the difference between mordant and poignant

is that mordant is having or showing a sharp or critical quality; biting; caustic; sarcastic; keen; severe while poignant is (obsolete|of a weapon etc) sharp-pointed; keen.

As a noun mordant

is any substance used to facilitate the fixing of a dye to a fibre; usually a metallic compound which reacts with the dye using chelation.

As a verb mordant

is to subject to the action of, or imbue with, a mordant.

Dramatic vs Poignant - What's the difference?

dramatic | poignant |


As adjectives the difference between dramatic and poignant

is that dramatic is dramatic while poignant is (obsolete|of a weapon etc) sharp-pointed; keen.

Poignant vs Dashy - What's the difference?

poignant | dashy | Related terms |

Poignant is a related term of dashy.


As adjectives the difference between poignant and dashy

is that poignant is (obsolete|of a weapon etc) sharp-pointed; keen while dashy is (colloquial|dated) calculated to arrest attention; ostentatiously fashionable; showy.

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