Examples of vantage in a Sentence
the vantage had all been ours for the first half of the contest
Recent Examples of vantage from the Web
With summer slipping into our vantage, a want of bikini-ready bodies—and the ensembles to show them off—is less of a chilly day dream and more of a two-months-away reality.
The players and their instruments appeared in miniature, but thanks to the hall’s acoustic design, their sound was as crisp from this unusual vantage as from any seat down below.
This video purport to show the cockpit vantage from a train gliding through a dreary commute across northern inland China.
Sure, the Bel Air resident was eager to cheer his team and its rebuilt starting rotation from his vantage behind home plate.
Some preservationists and residents say the project would hinder views of and from the bridge, including a vantage of the bridge with the downtown skyline in the background, harming the ambience of the area.
By taking a dive bomb approach, the warplane gets more time to fire, and from a safer vantage.
Many might assume that landing the rovers would be the hardest part of an entire mission, and indeed, from a technical vantage, a successful touchdown on Mars is incredibly difficult to pull off.
Doesn’t a road trip sound nice, especially from this vantage, where much of the northern hemisphere is creepy crawling toward spring?
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