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penpoint

(ˈpɛnˌpɔɪnt)
n
1. the tip of a pen
2. (Literary & Literary Critical Terms) (with respect to literature) clarity, precision, effectiveness

pen•point

(ˈpɛnˌpɔɪnt)

n.
1. the writing end of a pen, esp. a small, tapering, metallic device with a split tip for drawing up ink and for writing; nib.
2. the tip or point of a ballpoint or other pen.
[1880–85]
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