Similar words: in point of, point out, interview, point, point to, appoint, to the point, checkpoint. Meaning: n. 1. a mental position from which things are viewed 2. the spatial property of the position from which something is observed.
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1. He completely disregarded my point of view.
2. Why can't you ever see my point of view?
3. What's your point of view?
4. Thanks for your point of view, John.
5. I incline to another point of view.
6. Try to see it from my point of view.
7. He brought her around to my point of view.
8. From my point of view the party was a complete success.
9. From a purely practical point of view, the house is too small.
10. From an economic point of view , the new development will benefit the town greatly.
11. Officers felt their point of view was not getting across to ministers.
12. It was a logical conclusion from the child's point of view.
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13. From a practical point of view, it isn't a good place to live.
14. From an esthetic point of view, it's a nice design.
15. Try to see things from her point of view.
16. He vigorously defended his point of view.
17. Bring him round to our point of view.
18. What's your point of view on nuclear power?
19. I have some sympathy with this point of view.
20. These changes are ideal from my point of view.
21. They are working round to our point of view.
22. She brought him to her point of view.
23. I propose to belabour this point of view.
24. This is unacceptable from my point of view.
25. I have some sympathy with that point of view.
26. I incline to take the opposite point of view.
27. Her point of view was rooted in experience.
28. He flopped over to the other point of view.
29. Did you feel that you managed to put over your point of view?
30. He listened patiently to what we all had to say before putting across an alternative point of view.
More similar words: in point of, point out, interview, point, point to, appoint, to the point, checkpoint, appointment, pointillism, go into, a case in point, in the event of, get into the habit of, view, viewer, review, in view of, judicial review, joint, in front of, into, on account of, get into, fall into, in touch, come into, cut into, run into, fit into.