In ballet, dancing that is performed on the tips of the toes.(noun)
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Use "pointe" in a sentence
"In fact, Adorno is, again like Nietzsche, a brilliant stylist in German, with a gift for rhetorical flourish, pithy epigram, and the ironic pointe, which is why he has been so often quoted outside academia."
"A half-shawl or "pointe" was divided into thirty segments."
"In 1815, his son, their grandfather, in an excursion through the lake and bayou beyond, discovered, far south-eastward in the midst of the Grande Prairie des Allemands, a "pointe" of several hundred acres extent."