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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She is a transformational leader, and has a distinguished reputation for impacting others with her joyful and pointed style of sharing kingdom principles, and the love and power of God.
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.