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.
Opt for scoop-front pumps or pointed styles instead to lengthen and slim those pins.