pointed style


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pointed style

A seldom-used term for Gothic Revival.
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Barthes's alternately elliptical and pointed style, complete with parenthetical self-interruptions, paradoxes, and offhand rhetorical questions ("doesn't all poetry consist of liberating the word from its context?
Veblen 's unorthodox views and his vigorous, pointed style made the book one of the most popular of American scholarly works.
I have to applaud Karen Crouse's sensitive, yet pointed style of reporting on FloJo's passing.
Opt for scoop-front pumps or pointed styles instead to lengthen and slim those pins.