in·ci·sive [in-sahy-siv] (previously 02-13-13)
1. penetrating; cutting; biting; trenchant: an incisive tone of voice.
2. remarkably clear and direct; sharp; keen; acute: an incisive method of summarizing the issue.
3. adapted for cutting or piercing.
4. of or pertaining to the incisors: the incisive teeth.
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1. acid, mordant; sarcastic, sardonic.
Origin: 1520–30; < Medieval Latin incisivus. See incise, -ive
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