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ace a serve in tennis that wins a point because the other player can not reach the ball. [1/5 definitions]
aim to point carefully with the hope of hitting something or someone. [2/6 definitions]
allegory in art or literature, the use of concrete characters, events, or things, to represent abstract qualities or ideas, often to make a point about good and evil. [1/2 definitions]
angle1 the figure made by two lines coming from a single point. [2/4 definitions]
antifreeze a substance that lowers the freezing point of a liquid such as water.
apex the highest point; tip.
arrow a sign shaped like an arrow. An arrow is used to point out a place or show which way to go. [1/2 definitions]
atop at or on the highest point of.
awl a tool used to make holes in leather or wood. Awls are small and have a sharp point.
babble speech that is foolish or has no point; chatter. [1/5 definitions]
barb a small, sharp point that sticks out in the opposite direction of the main point or hook, as on an arrow, fishhook, or the like.
basis something that supports and is needed by all the other parts; starting point or foundation.
blunt having a dull edge or point; not sharp. [1/3 definitions]
boiling point (informal) the point at which one loses control of one's temper. [1/2 definitions]
bolt1 a metal screw with a flat end rather than a point. A bolt screws into a matching nut. [1/8 definitions]
brink the point just before a major change happens. [1/2 definitions]
cape2 a point of land that sticks out into a large body of water.
center the point that is the same distance from all points on the outside line or surface of something; exact middle. [1/7 definitions]
charge the amount of electricity in an object. Charge causes electrical energy to flow in a current. The movement of electrical energy from one point to another is caused by a difference between the charges at the two points. An electrical charge can be positive or negative. [1/12 definitions]
circle a closed curve made up of points that are all the same distance from a fixed center point. [1/5 definitions]
climax the most exciting or interesting point in a series of events. [2 definitions]