focus[ foh-kuhs ]SEE DEFINITION OF focus
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FOCUS
This gives it leverage, or focus for the outworking of its forces.
For the first time Kingozi's careless, candid stare narrowed to a focus.
All outside the focus of the dancers turned gray--goom, zup!
The far-reaching plains to the west offered him too wide a focus.
He changed the focus—they were gone before he could get their images sharp.
But she was hopelessly out of focus by this time, and it was weary work getting her in.
Yet she and daily life were out of focus; one or the other must show blurred.
His decision was brought to a focus by the help of Mrs. Worth Buckley.
A moment they sharpened in their gaze as he brought his visitor into focus.
He reached a chair placed in the focus of the gathering, which sat in a semicircle.