Examples of focal point in a Sentence
This port was the focal point of trade two centuries ago.
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Clowney was an even more disruptive force at the line of scrimmage despite being the focal point of opponents' blocking schemes with J.J. Watt and Whitney Mercilus out for the season.
And the month between Thanksgiving and Christmas is a focal point for the efforts of many of the pros.
Dillon has been the focal point of Boston College’s offense all season and racked up 1,432 yards and 13 touchdowns on more than five yards per carry.
Edward Klein’s state of mind was the focal point of closing arguments Wednesday at a discharge hearing in DuPage County court.
With three new starters, and six new players among the top nine in the rotation, the Pacers are playing a totally different style than last season, when George was the focal point of a halfcourt offense.
More than a boutique, Laila is a focal point for Tokyo fashion obsessives, who want to compare their personal stockpiles of Margiela and Yohji.
The drama, produced in-house at Universal Cable Productions, now seems poised to further lean into Gabriel Macht's Harvey Specter, who has been the focal point for the drama since its start.
With top wide receiver DeVante Parker leaving the game after just three snaps with an injury, Jarvis Landry was the focal point of the passing game; he was targeted a team-high nine times (five receptions for 44 yards).
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FOCAL POINT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of focal point for English Language Learners
: a center of activity, interest, or attention
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