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vantage ground

noun

  1. a position or place that gives one an advantage, as for action, view, or defense.


vantage ground

noun

  1. a position or condition affording superiority or advantage over or as if over an opponent


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Word History and Origins

Origin of vantage ground1

First recorded in 1605–15

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Example Sentences

To place my reader on this requisite vantage-ground, is the purpose of the following exposition.

Dashing up the hill, to the houses which the enemy had used for vantage ground, they found them vacated.

I admit you occupy the vantage ground then; you stand on what you believe is a rock; beneath us is the moving quicksand.

From the superior vantage ground of her position, it is for her to hold out the right hand of fellowship.

We were afraid to go down hill, lest we should descend too soon; our vantage-ground was high ground.

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