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  • as inspecifically
  • as insharply
  • as indeliberately
  • as inexpressly

synonyms for pointedly

  • categorically
  • clearly
  • correctly
  • definitely
  • especially
  • exactly
  • explicitly
  • individually
  • precisely
  • respectively
  • specially
  • accurately
  • characteristically
  • concretely
  • distinctively
  • in detail
  • in specie
  • indicatively
  • minutely
  • peculiarly
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antonyms for pointedly

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  • inaccurately
  • indefinitely
  • questionably
  • broadly
  • generally
    • unwittingly
    • unintentionally
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    How to use pointedly in a sentence

    Academics and leaders of higher education institutions have long been reluctant to issue pointed statements on sensitive subjects out of fear of alienating donors and alumni who have different positions.
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    City officials say they hope the pointed messages will deter dangerous road behaviors.
    CAN TAILORED MESSAGES TO BAD DRIVERS PREVENT CRASHES? D.C. IS ABOUT TO FIND OUT.LUZ LAZODECEMBER 26, 2020WASHINGTON POST
    The somewhat-rigid material also means your lamp will stay pointed ahead even if you wear the device around your neck, which is definitely a bright idea.
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    If you’ve got a particularly precocious, mature kid who’s asking pointed questions and can digest information without spiraling into anxiety and worry, be clear and honest.
    HOW TO TALK TO KIDS AND TEENS ABOUT MISINFORMATIONBOBBIE JOHNSONNOVEMBER 2, 2020MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
    Some pointed and strategic tonal shifts throughout the series’ nine episodes also help keep the pace from flagging, though I’d argue that nine episodes was a few too many.
    NETFLIX’S THE HAUNTING OF BLY MANOR IS A CALM, LOVING STUDY IN HOW TO EXORCISE YOUR GHOSTSAJA ROMANOOCTOBER 9, 2020VOX
    Are you quite sure,” asked the missionary pointedly, “that you are supplied with everything else that you require?
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    So when he pointedly directed my attention to sunshine as the greatest need of the world, I felt it was my duty to listen.
    THE AFFABLE STRANGERPETER MCARTHUR
    Mr. Norcross was gettin' himself mighty pointedly disliked; you know that.
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    Again Minetta had remarked pointedly on his lack of fishing-luck, but it was not that that was troubling him.
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    "So much the wiser she, Master Dutton," returned the admiral, pointedly.
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