If you hurry, you'll still find sun-kissed yellows, rusty reds, and an orange so piquant you'll want a bite out of it.
A couple of years before, he had applied his special broth of piquant newspaperese to the pages of Spin magazine.
What is so piquant here is not the fact that Hillary understands that Obama is president.
These may not be piquant to him who has them always within his reach.
It was so much more beautiful to be dainty and small and piquant.
“Vallarin” is a thick, pale yellow oil of a piquant and persistent taste and an odor peculiar to the plant.
Not all the sauces in Christendom could have made it so piquant and appetizing.
You can't blame poor Arthur—she's quite a piquant looking little person.
It was a recollection of this that made the present situation so piquant and humorous.
Your system craves only the piquant sources of scandal and sarcasm, which can never satisfy it.