a place affording a view of something; position of observation: to sketch a river from the viewpoint of a bluff.
an attitude of mind, or the circumstances of an individual that conduce to such an attitude: new marketing techniques seen from the consumer's viewpoint.
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How to use viewpoint in a sentence
It also made it easier for people of different viewpoints to collaborate.
The current political stalemate is about real things, contentious issues, conflicting viewpoints, and people.Obama Can Speak to His Base, but Other Americans Want More | Lloyd Green | May 12, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
Great leaders never fear contrary viewpoints or conflicting data.What Hockey Players Can Teach our Toothless Politicians | Dave Maney | April 29, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
Gather as much relevant data as fast as you can from as many viewpoints as possible.What Hockey Players Can Teach our Toothless Politicians | Dave Maney | April 29, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
And now those varieties of viewpoints could diminish further.The Movement to Boycott the American Studies Association for Boycotting Israel | David Freedlander | February 15, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
The foregoing scene gives some hint of the viewpoints of the young ladies in question.Peggy Stewart at School | Gabrielle E. Jackson
There are two different viewpoints from which we may discuss all phases of Life, namely, the mystical and the ethical.Sex=The Unknown Quantity | Ali Nomad
The viewpoints they had brought to the meeting now closed their minds to the meanings he was trying to open to them.Herein is Love | Reuel L. Howe
Our minds simply looked at the world from different viewpoints, and perhaps his viewpoint is as true as ours.A Martian Odyssey | Stanley Grauman Weinbaum
The great viewpoints and the great world philosophies are found logically at the end of a long study of life, if anywhere.Folkways | William Graham Sumner
British Dictionary definitions for viewpoint
the mental attitude that determines a person's opinions or judgments; point of view
a place from which something can be viewed
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