- vannucci, pietro,
- vantage ground,
- vantage point,
- vanua levu,
Origin of vantage
Examples from the Web for vantage
A ride in a ski lift crafted to look like a flying hot-air balloon even brought visitors to the vantage point of a flying monkey.
From some vantage points, the Stratosphere on the strip is visible, but it feels light years away.A Tech Millionaire Bets on the Urban Revival of Downtown Las Vegas|Sarah Kunst|January 16, 2014|DAILY BEAST
But nor could one entirely imagining the world today from the vantage point of 1945.
There are escape routes from this vantage point: Deeper down the dark alley.
Fares, from his vantage point near the traffic in Tahrir, thinks the police have improved their behavior and are less abusive.
They stood at every point of vantage from which anything on the sea might be sighted.Dave Darrin After The Mine Layers|H. Irving Hancock
I went yesterday to the Piazza del Quirinale to see the royal processions come out of the palace and had a fine coign of vantage.Polly the Pagan|Isabel Anderson
The past thus advises the present, which, from the vantage ground so gained, prepares its contribution to the future.The Next Step|Scott Nearing
Then he tried the stone balustrade and being removed from that vantage point, climbed the railing of Li Hung Chang's gingko-tree.Toaster's Handbook|Peggy Edmund and Harold W. Williams, compilers
It is my idea, when the city is abandoned by the enemy that we can take possession of some prominent point of vantage.The White Invaders|Raymond King Cummings
Word Origin for vantage
c.1300, "advantage, profit," from Anglo-French vantage, from Old French avantage (see advantage). Vantage point attested from 1865; a similar notion was in earlier vantage ground (1610s).