Examples of standpoint in a Sentence
From an economic standpoint, the policy is sound.
I never thought about it from that standpoint before.
Recent Examples of standpoint from the Web
From a legal standpoint, the government had its chance, and the government didn’t take a chance, and obviously Rivera can stand up and say, ‘
From a reproductive standpoint, Williams is a random mutation, so two normal parents have a 1 in 10,000 chance of having a kid with Williams.
But there are no such constitutional provisions concerning local governments, which are treated, from a constitutional standpoint, as nothing more than convenient organs to enact powers delegated to them by the states.
From a natural history standpoint, an adult male hippo should be completely comfortable with a female baby joining the bloat.
For this reason, Laffler says, fermenting the rice was the hardest part of the process from a technical standpoint.
But from Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, and the UAE’s standpoint, Qatar never lived up to the 2014 agreement and continued to serve as the nexus of the Brotherhood’s regional networks.
From a tourism standpoint, the event, scheduled during the Independence Day weekend, was designed to energize what is traditionally a slow season.
NBC hopes for ratings bump From a TV ratings standpoint, NASCAR could use an Earnhardt bump.
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Definition of standpoint for English Language Learners
: a way in which something is thought about or considered
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