from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Pointed as needles.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Pointed like a needle.
- Barbless, as a fish-hook.
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Leslie's mother went to see Pecker and my mother needle-pointed me a pillow that says "Leslie".
A narrow welt, needle-pointed with blood, appeared just below his eye.
: She fine,: SKitty said, and yawned, showing a full mouth of needle-pointed teeth.
From his hiding place, he withdrew a needle-pointed dagger that bore a thin groove along the full length of its gleaming blade.
Thud, My first step on the wooden span reverberated like muted thunder from the narrow ravine below, all red rocks, needle-pointed and razor-edged.
Garon Wendesthalas used strong rope to bind the creature hand and foot, then drew a slim, needle-pointed dagger and set its hilt in a crack in the stone path, the
He reached up on the mantel and took hold of a sharp, almost needle-pointed dagger.
To their customary exhausting duties were added the extension and strengthening of the spiral stockade of needle-pointed logs and the bringing of snow into the loghouses to melt.
Two more held spears with human skulls hanging below the points for decoration, and another grasped a needle-pointed dagger.
Wind buffeted him, whistling past the needle-pointed apex of the mountain that had wounded the cloud, making dire screams.
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