pointy

[poin-tee]
adjective, pointier, pointiest.
having a comparatively sharp point: The elf had pointy little ears.

Origin:
1635–45; point + -y1

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pointy (ˈpɔɪntɪ)
 
adj , pointier, pointiest
having a sharp point or points; pointed

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From burnt sienna to periwinkle, the crayons stood at attention, immaculate and pointy with possibilities.
Fashion's flirtation with square-toed, chunky-heeled shoes is over, replaced by an affection for pointy toes and spindly heels.
The main difference is the pointy leaf-tearing teeth found with the new skulls.
Traditional, pointy-toed, lace-ups were too cramped for feet that have lived
  life in the open.
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