five-pointed five-pointed


  • (adj) having five points


  1. Inside the circle is a large five-pointed red star upon which is emblazoned a hammer and sickle in white.
  2. There, in the Ili valley where the flag of China should fly, a green flag with a yellow crescent moon and a five-pointed star has flown for nearly three years.
  3. Their symbol is a five-pointed star, its two lower points exaggerated as in a child's awkward drawing.


  • Service Academy Day

    U.S. Service Academy day was an informative day for students and their parents to get an idea on the steps needed in order to qualify to be part of the five-pointed star, better known as the U.S. Service Academies. Around …
    on June 10, 2013     Source: CW39 NewsFix

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