verb (used with object)
- pinot blanc,
- pinot chardonnay,
- pinot grigio,
- pinot noir,
- pinpoint bombing,
- pins and needles,
- pins' syndrome
Origin of pinpoint
Examples from the Web for pinpoint
What do you think, 10 years from now, you can pinpoint as those days for you?‘Boyhood’ Star Ellar Coltrane: An Astonishing Debut 12 Years in the Making|Kevin Fallon|July 11, 2014|DAILY BEAST
And when it is time to fire, Israel retaliates with pinpoint accuracy.
A nutritionist can also help you calculate your consumption with a food diary, and can pinpoint your top sources of sodium.
Harry Hudson can pinpoint the exact minute he was booted out of the Garden of Eden.
Can you recommend a Korean novel, and is there anything unique and distinctive about Korean literature that you could pinpoint?
RS 3's fate was known—she had blossomed into a pinpoint of flame within the orbit of Mars.Star Born|Andre Norton
The pinpoint of the Planetara's infinitesimal bulk would be beyond vision.Brigands of the Moon|Ray Cummings
Kirk squinted craftily at the pinpoint of light with one closed eye.Twelve Times Zero|Howard Carleton Browne
You haven't been able to pinpoint the Nipe that easily, have you?Anything You Can Do|Gordon Randall Garrett
It made one feel infinitely small to realize the pinpoint size of the Solar Universe.Loot of the Void|Edwin K. Sloat
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.