poignant in a sentence

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poignant;

Meaning: [adjective] deeply moving; strongly affecting the emotions;

The film itself is really quite poignant and beautiful.

Claire’s story has a tragic and poignant end.

Anne Frank’s poignant diary is one of the most important books of the 20th century.

Commemorating Oliver’s and Wynn’s deaths at such a spot is poignant for him, he said.

I thought that it was the most poignant, showing several kids calling for their daddy.

One of the most poignant lines of the entire movie is a therapist asking CPO Kyle if he regrets any of his kills.

I found the most poignant moment of the whole story was one of Mary’s final wishes.

It’s a deeply emotional and poignant song that I have a real connection to.

The pocket watch is a poignant symbol of that tragic day and is one of the most popular relics on display at the museum.