Every recipe must be followed with pinpoint accuracy, or else he discovers an anger rising in him at his loss of control.
Can you recommend a Korean novel, and is there anything unique and distinctive about Korean literature that you could pinpoint?
There are many reasons for this, but I would like to pinpoint the case of my good friend Y.
Hailo works by using the GPS on your phone to pinpoint your location.
The Daily Beast crunched the numbers to pinpoint the 36 cities with the most—and least—dateable guys.
It showed a fragile, pearly ring, almost diaphanous, hanging tilted against spatial blackness and pinpoint stars.
Not many hours before, it had been only a dust mote, a pinpoint of light in the void.
It loomed ponderous, dully gleaming in the faint light of a crescent moon and pinpoint stars.
She looked like a fairy god-mother, a pinpoint of fury in the eye.
The dark shadow of an arm flapped, the radiance swirled, broke again into pinpoint sparks.
also pin-point, "point of a pin," 1849, from pin (n.) + point (n.). Taken into aeronautics in sense "place identified from the air," hence verb meaning "locate precisely" (1917), which originally was aviators' slang. Related: Pinpointed; pinpointing. As an adjective, "performed with precisional accuracy," 1944, originally of aerial bombing.