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
From its vantage point overlooking the spectacular Golden Gate, Fort Point defended the San Francisco Bay following California’s Gold Rush through World War II.
Rebel snipers positioned themselves at vantage points as troops moved into the city, using armored vehicles as cover.
From their vantage, the possibilities of cross-border exchange look promising.
This gave dive bombers like Gregg the perfect vantage point to attack the fighter planes.
This single-story in the Trousdale section makes the most of its hillside vantage with walls of windows and pocketing glass doors.
From a historical vantage point, two developments start around 1980 that will have profound consequences for the US economy, the Western economy, then the global economy at large.
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Origin and Etymology of vantage
Middle English, borrowed from Anglo-French vantage, avantage — more at 1advantage
First Known Use: 14th century
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