adjective, point·i·er, point·i·est.
- points system,
- poiret, paul,
Origin of pointy
Examples from the Web for pointy
The other thing was, he said, ‘I want you to have pointy teeth.’The Cast of ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’ Says Wes Anderson Is a Genius Hardass|Nico Hines|February 16, 2014|DAILY BEAST
They are pointy, zebra-striped Nike Cole Haans with silver buckles strapped onto her two shiny titanium carbon fiber legs.
And with a nod toward kitsch, he offered sculpted hats with pointy, feline ears jutting from the sides.
The pointy undergarment reached its teleological conclusion in 1990, when Gaultier designed the rocket cone bra for Madonna.
They're pointy trees--junipers, I think and there are a lot of rocks in the fields, and wild-flowers.The Happy Venture|Edith Ballinger Price
adjective pointier or pointiest
1640s, from point (n.) + -y (2). Insult pointy-head for one deemed overly intellectual, attested by 1971, was popularized, if not coined, by U.S. politician George Wallace in his 1972 presidential run.