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viewpoint

noun view·point \-ˌpint\

: a way of looking at or thinking about something

Full Definition of VIEWPOINT

Examples of VIEWPOINT

  1. The story is told from the viewpoint of someone who grew up during the Great Depression.
  2. Her viewpoint is that of a person who has been in politics for decades.

First Known Use of VIEWPOINT

1855
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viewpoint

noun view·point \ˈvyü-ˌpint\

Definition of VIEWPOINT for Kids

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