pointed definition

  • adjective:
    • Having an end visiting a spot.
    • Sharp; cutting: pointed critique.
    • clearly fond of or making mention of the a particular person or thing: a pointed opinion.
    • Clearly evident or conspicuous; marked: a pointed not enough interest.
    • Characterized by the utilization of a pointed crown, such as Gothic architecture: a pointed arch.
    • Having a rough finish produced by a pointed device. Applied of masonry.
    • Sharp, barbed; maybe not lifeless.
    • In pets, having a coat design with things, which, darkening associated with the extremities.
    • Directed negatively at an individual or topic.
    • Sharp; having a-sharp point.
    • Characterized by sharpness, directness, or pithiness of appearance; terse; epigrammatic; especially, directed to a particular person or thing.
    • having a place
    • direct and obvious in meaning or research; usually unpleasant
  • verb:
    • Easy past tense and previous participle of point.
  • others:
    • Sharp; having a-sharp point: as, a pointed rock.
    • targeted at or expressly designed for some person; straight appropriate or applied; highlighted: as, a pointed comment.
    • Epigrammatical; abounding in conceits or lively turns; piquant; sharp.
    • In publishing, pierced with things: said of a sheet of paper.

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