Definition of "starting-point" [starting-point]

  • The point from which any one or anything starts; point of departure. (noun)

The Century Dictionary (Public Domain)

Use "starting-point" in a sentence
  • "Although this date is often used as the starting-point from which to make a comparison, it is a silly one."
  • "Thus, she would tap the western bank directly opposite the starting-point, where she could work up-stream in the slacker flood."
  • "His next novel, The Master, took as its starting-point Henry James's deep humiliation when the first night of his play Guy Domville was a disaster."
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