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.
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Barnum, hearing the ruckus, leaned from his window and from his vantage point could see the agitated cow but not Lind.
Blending fact, fiction and fantasy, the playwright puts the audience into the thick of the French Revolution, but not from the usual vantage point, the one focused on the men who led it and bled it.
After a day trekking around Mont Blanc, take in views of the mountain from a different vantage point down below in the village of Entrèves in Courmayeur, Italy.
Ishiguro invites the future into the past in this novel, and in so doing hoists himself into a new vantage point on the present.
Which, from his vantage point on the court and the bench, looks entirely like an NBA arena.
Carlos Barria/Reuters The Supreme Court’s ruling on Donald Trump’s travel ban is like an optical illusion: Your perception of it changes depending on your vantage point.
The annual back-to-back is, from this vantage point, among the better ideas the league (and ESPN) have come up with in recent memory.
Such is Ai’s point of connection in Human Flow, rendered as his respectful, sometimes awkward vantage point in his interactions with migrants.
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Definition of vantage point for English Language Learners
: a position from which something is viewed or considered
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