pointillistic

[ pwan-tl-is-tik, -tee-is-, poin-tl-is- ]
/ ˌpwæn tlˈɪs tɪk, -tiˈɪs-, ˌpɔɪn tlˈɪs- /

adjective

pertaining to or characteristic of pointillism or pointillists.
made up of or using minute details; particularized; itemized: a pointillistic style of acting.

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Origin of pointillistic

1920–25; <French pointilliste (see pointillism, -ist) + -ic
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