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climax the most exciting or interesting point in a series of events. [2 definitions]
compass (often plural) an instrument with two hinged legs that is used for drawing circles. One leg ends in a point and the other holds a pencil. [1/2 definitions]
concession something yielded or conceded, such as a right or a point in an argument. [1/4 definitions]
concise saying much in a few words; short and to the point.
cone a solid figure with a flat base in the shape of a circle and one curved face that narrows into a point. [1/3 definitions]
coordinate (plural) a pair of numbers that identifies a point on a graph or grid; ordered pair. [1/3 definitions]
course progress from one point to another; movement. [1/7 definitions]
crisis the point or moment just before a very important change. [1/2 definitions]
crisp short and to the point. [1/4 definitions]
culprit something that is the basic cause or starting point of something bad. [1/2 definitions]
date1 a particular day or point in time. [1/6 definitions]
decimal a number in the base ten system written with a decimal point. Money amounts are written as decimals. [1/3 definitions]
deep having great space below or behind a certain point; reaching far down or back; not shallow. [1/7 definitions]
designate to point out or name. [1/3 definitions]
distinguish to understand or point out differences (usually followed by "between"). [1/4 definitions]
dot a decimal point or a multiplication sign. [1/5 definitions]
editorial an article in a newspaper, or a statement on television, that gives an opinion or point of view. [1/2 definitions]
end the point at which anything that has length starts or stops. [2/6 definitions]
epicenter the point on the earth's surface directly above the central source of an earthquake.
exasperate to bother or annoy to the point of causing anger.
exclamation mark a punctuation mark (!). It is used after a word or words that express strong feeling; exclamation point.