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pointed toward

adjective as in headed

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Example Sentences

Leventhal pointed toward a second room, which featured only self-portraits.

All signs pointed toward the Parisian powerhouse, however, and Wang eventually made the move to the brand.

Each has a camera diligently pointed toward it, as though its mere presence arouses suspicion.

The students I teach as an adjunct are pointed toward midlevel careers.

"Absolutely," said Collier, though he pointed toward the high concentrations of household viewing on the night.

He pointed toward a distant estate, with great chimneys and gables, crowning a hill.

"He says he saw some buffaloes over there," said Running Crow, as he pointed toward the south.

Then the speaker suddenly pointed toward one of the lodges, and the Sioux looked eagerly in the direction.

The latter spoke softly to Jack, who slowly turned, so as to keep his head continually pointed toward the enemy.

The Sioux pointed toward the bend in the valley for which Fred was making when checked in this peremptory manner.


On this page you'll find 13 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to pointed toward, such as: en route, aimed, directed, going, moving, and started.

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