Pointed style


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(Arch.) a name given to that style of architecture in which the pointed arch is the predominant feature; - more commonly called Gothic.

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A careful analysis of the politically pointed style of The Englishman (jointly edited by Sheridan and Charles James Fox between March-June 1779) makes for especially compelling reading.
Gala's pointed style and delivery, rather than being obfuscatin are, instead, enticing.
If anyone else asked players questions in the pointed style of T.