vanishing pointSEE DEFINITION OF vanishing point
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR VANISHING POINT
When we are young there is never any vanishing point to our day-dreams.
How, then, have we come to this vanishing point of absurdity?
And she moved as though she was always on the vanishing point.
We are not now in search of the vanishing point where Matter subtilizes.
Most of us, I think, see them in perspective, of which our birth is the vanishing point.
But an argument that is reduced to these examples must be near its vanishing point.
It was as if the vanishing point of mercy had been reached, and savages were at their backs.
Hogg's temper was at vanishing point, and this was the last straw.
The finances of the State were in a chaotic condition, the treasury at low ebb, and credit had receded to a vanishing point.
The other idea is a sort of monarchical pantheism, of which the vanishing point is a republic.