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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpointypoint‧y /ˈpɔɪnti/ adjective informal  pointed(1)
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pointyI loved the pointy beard and razor-sharp eyes, the pearl earring fixed in his left lobe.He had shoulder-length, gleaming black ringlets of hair, a pointy beard, and wore a tailcoat.The devil riding my back dug his hard pointy heels into my flesh, but I stayed my ground.In the Southwest, I figured that when the plants started looking too pointy I was heading into the desert.The light seemed to stab at me with some sort of pointy object.I was a girl who liked my mountains pointy, so I foolishly and ignorantly snubbed the Cairngorms.He was so pointy that I feared he would leave his wooden perch and anoint my head with his beak.
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