stand|point


stand|point
stand|point «STAND POYNT», noun.
the point at which one stands to view something; point of view; mental attitude: »

From his standpoint, combing one's hair is a waste of time. To judge of the total scientific achievement of any age, the standpoint of a succeeding age is desirable (William Tyndall).


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