point[ point ]SEE DEFINITION OF point
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR POINT
No shaft that Percival was able to fashion had point enough to pierce it.
"I ordered the sun turned on at just this point," replied her husband, with a large air.
"I don't believe we shall quarrel on that point," said the widow, smiling.
He tried to evade immediate payment, but on this point his creditor was peremptory.
There was no water at Point Malcolm, but luckily we had filled our canteens.
From this point the progress will be best narrated by extracts from my Diary.
I cannot find words to express my feelings on that point at all.
Still there were other and nearer roads to the point I aimed at.
The bare reference to a single consideration will be conclusive on this point.
These only becloud, they do not help to point the way of safety and honor.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR POINT
- big picture
- game plan
- lay of the land
- what's cooking
- brass tacks
- chapter and verse
- fine point
- meat and potatoes
- minor point
- nuts and bolts