One perspective that seems to have been ignored is what I regard as the cardinal role of the Revolutionary Guards.
perspective, and time, she writes, rescues you from the jerks.
The perspective down the center of this painting is the raised embankment of an old railroad bed.
Hamilton Nolan delivers a much-needed dose of perspective for journalism's "me" generation.
And yet, even while seldom leaving the capital, they offer a perspective on the city that tilts toward distortion.
Read the first part of this sonnet, with a view to perspective.
But, really, you know, even a valve must have some perspective.
And I must preserve my perspective, for I am studying the Bowery.
The same kind of perspective applies to the history of remote antiquity.
The perspective was excellently preserved; the foliage, verdure, and general colouring artistically toned and glazed.
late 14c., "science of optics," from Old French perspective and directly from Medieval Latin perspectiva ars "science of optics," from fem. of perspectivus "of sight, optical" from Latin perspectus "clearly perceived," past participle of perspicere "inspect, look through, look closely at," from per- "through" (see per) + specere "look at" (see scope (n.1)). Sense of "art of drawing objects so as to give appearance of distance or depth" is first found 1590s, influenced by Italian prospettiva, an artists' term. The figurative meaning "mental outlook over time" is first recorded 1762.
In drawing or painting, a way of portraying three dimensions on a flat, two-dimensional surface by suggesting depth or distance.