Definition of pointedness in English:



  • See pointed

    • ‘I interpreted the first shape component as wing pointedness.’
    • ‘It seeks to stand completely independent of subjective pointedness but remains aesthetically acute and functionally precise.’
    • ‘It is also written in excruciatingly careful prose, belying the pointedness of its conclusions.’
    • ‘The arrow-like pointedness of jealousy is transmuted into efficient action.’
    • ‘He processes individual words, recognizes them in terms of their perspectives and captures the compression and pointedness of the narration along with the writers' relationship with their subject-matters.’