And valor—except of the imaginative brand—was not Issy's strong point.
There is not a strong point of the case omitted, nor a weak one forgotten.
James's strong point is that he can keep his feelings in separate pigeonholes.
His strong point really was that he was excellent on parade.
Spontaneous debate has never been the Colonel's strong point.
Chivalry is not a strong point in the composition of the average drummer-boy.
Eyes were her strong point, though—regular forty candle powers.
“Forty minutes,” said I; mental arithmetic was a strong point with me.
It is often necessary to separate the clause from the rest of the sentence by a strong point.
And then I'm a tremendous fellow for reasons; that's my strong point, don't you know?