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pointed in Shapes, patterns topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpointedpoint‧ed /ˈpɔɪntɪd/ ●●○ adjective [usually before noun]  1 CFhaving a point at the end a pointed beard2 a pointed question/look/remark
Examples from the Corpus
pointedTo their right was an old portico, its row of pointed arches almost like a church.There are three equally spaced pointed arm spines on the proximal segments, but they are lacking on the distalmost segments.There are three or four conical pointed arm spines.the dog's pointed brown earsHe went after Isaac just as the crouching figure opened its enormous mouth, baring pointed brownish teeth.There are 3 slightly flattened pointed conical arm spines, of which the middle one is the largest.Use a sharp pointed instrument, such as a pen or pencil.a plant with long pointed leavesHe picked up a pointed stick and began drawing in the sand.Their faces were like monkey faces, with thick lips and pointed teeth and ugly flat noses.