View definitions for focal point
For us it was clear that China should be the focal point for a documentary on the subject of Internet addiction.
The Lenin statue has now become the focal point of protests for Russia, and against the ‘fascists’ in Kiev.
Perry does the opposite, creating worlds in which white people are disposable, interchangeable, and not the assumed focal point.
A moral focal point was Glen Echo Park, a wonderful art-deco playland in Maryland along the Potomac.
From Sally Draper to Arya Stark, teenage girls provide a focal point within the prestige television narrative.
Rain, therefore, is the focal point from which all their thoughts radiate.
And so, in the employ of Professor Morgan, I shifted the focal point and turned the search-light of science upon the accuser.
No teaching is worth much without enthusiasm, and enthusiasm is generated by concentrating interest at a focal point.
Awareness drifted in formless inattention until a focal point, a mere nucleus of intellect, captured and held it.
If he can cause the thinking of people to center upon a focal point, he establishes his claim to leadership.
On this page you'll find 21 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to focal point, such as: center of attention, centerpiece, focus of attention, point of convergence, and prime focus.
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