use piercingly in a sentence.
But even as it dropped, before Longstreth could leap, as he surely intended, for the gun, Duane covered him, called piercingly to him:
Yet he is still a great writer, and "Dancing at Lughnasa" is as piercingly, permanently enthralling as ever.
What's comical at one moment may suddenly morph into something rueful, farcical, piercingly painful or inexplicably graceful.
In fact everything in that letter is important; or rather, it has become important by its being written down, has become so piercingly important, even if only to me, that the scrapbook that letter is in, along with my mother's Christmas book, are things I'd walk into a burning house to rescue.
It's altogether superior to Oliver Stone's hollow Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps and in the same class as Charles Ferguson's revealing, piercingly intelligent documentary Inside Job.