[French pwan-tee-yey] /French pwɛ̃ tiˈyeɪ/
(of book covers) decorated with a tooled pattern of dots.
[pwan-tl-iz-uh m, -tee-iz-, poin-tl-iz-] /ˈpwæn tlˌɪz əm, -tiˌɪz-, ˈpɔɪn tlˌɪz-/ noun, (sometimes initial capital letter) 1. a theory and technique developed by the neo-impressionists, based on the principle that juxtaposed dots of pure color, as blue and yellow, are optically mixed into the resulting hue, as green, by the viewer. /ˈpwæntɪˌlɪzəm; -tiːˌɪzəm; ˈpɔɪn-/ noun 1. […]
[pwan-tl-is-tik, -tee-is-, poin-tl-is-] /ˌpwæn tlˈɪs tɪk, -tiˈɪs-, ˌpɔɪn tlˈɪs-/ adjective 1. pertaining to or characteristic of or pointillists. 2. made up of or using minute details; particularized; itemized: a pointillistic style of acting.
[poin-ting] /ˈpɔɪn tɪŋ/ noun 1. (in masonry) mortar used as a finishing touch to brickwork. [point] /pɔɪnt/ noun 1. a sharp or tapering end, as of a dagger. 2. a projecting part of anything: A point of land juts into the bay. 3. a tapering extremity: the points of the fingers. 4. something having a […]
noun, Computers. 1. an input device, as a mouse, stylus, or joystick, used to control movement of a cursor or pointer.