Examples of piquancy in a Sentence
a talk show host known for the quickness and piquancy of his wit
I appreciated the piquancy of the peppers in the sauce.
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There is an extra edge of farmyard piquancy to these cheeses made from the milk of sheep, which flourish in harsher terrains, that has a way of cutting through sauces with an alluring rustic swagger.
And, oh yes, Amy Staats, whose housebound character is more often heard than seen (through a speaker phone), adding an extra piquancy to the problems of communication.
The tension between her ornery reserve and his penchant for wearing his heart on his sleeve gives this memoir an unusual piquancy.
But the brain power at Rand and the piquancy of the art on its walls make for an unusual combination.
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