Examples of vantage point in a Sentence
You can see the whole valley from this vantage point.
From our vantage point in the 21st century, it is difficult to imagine life without computers.
Recent Examples of vantage point from the Web
Such an approach, and the resulting film, is a manifestation of the unique vantage point Berlanti brings to projects as a gay man.
How, then, does that past appear from the vantage point of our own moment?
Adults could watch from the vantage point of public property.
Two videographers from Baltmore TV stations set up across Carrs Mill Road from the driveway entrance, but left around 10:07 to check out other vantage points.
The outdoor lounge, with its wicker pendants and striped banquettes, is now the perfect vantage point for watching watercolor sunsets.
From Priests' vantage point, this arresting debut album was endlessly delayed, stymied for months by frustrations both creative and financial.
While the video at first captures a handful of penguins from a low vantage point, one bird soon waddles over to the camera and – with a single impressive kick – angles the screen to focus only on its face.
From his vantage point in a car a few dozen feet in front of a 20,000-pound big rig barreling along a Florida highway without anyone behind its wheel, Stefan Seltz-Axmacher felt like everything was going according to plan.
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First Known Use of vantage point
vantage point Synonyms
frame of reference, point of view;
VANTAGE POINT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of vantage point for English Language Learners
: a position from which something is viewed or considered
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