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vantage point

noun as in point from which one sees

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Imagine seeing the vast expanses of Glacier National Park or the Grand Canyon from a different vantage point than everyone else.

I feel like both of you have a really interesting vantage point, because you not only have your own life.

From Ozy

Laviolette wanted to make sure he could take in practice from a different vantage point and evaluate from a more neutral setting before starting to trim down the roster.

I’m in no position to judge the response from my limited vantage point, but we’re going to have to do a very serious after-action look at what went wrong and how to make sure that this never happens again.

From that vantage point, they’re able to amass one of the world’s most complete selection of cyberwarfare tools for use in their own defensive work.

From Fortune

It is the myopic and solipsistic vantage point of the crotch.

When viewed from a particular vantage point, however, the work comes alive as various film scenes play.

The photo was also taken from a different vantage point to the one Stipp had been in.

He also explains that from a higher mathematical vantage point, our dimension would seem less dimensional.

A ride in a ski lift crafted to look like a flying hot-air balloon even brought visitors to the vantage point of a flying monkey.

From our vantage point we watched them come abreast and pass us at a distance well within a mile.

The keep affords a vantage point for a magnificent view, extending in every direction.

"He's not as susceptible as he looks," Rose pronounced from her vantage-point of seniority.

And he wondered about Maggie—what she might be doing—what from this strange new vantage-point he might do for her and with her.

They would do better to watch the passing show from the vantage point of a little table at Florians.


On this page you'll find 17 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to vantage point, such as: angle, perspective, point of view, slant, viewpoint, and point of vantage.

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