Definition of 'make a point of'
Example sentences containing 'make a point of'
A CONVICTION OF GUILT (1999) THE TOUCH OF INNOCENTS (1999) A QUESTION OF PRINCIPLE (1999)
"There'll be some press there, too, and we can make a point of your showing up.WORST FEARS REALIZED (1999)
Definition of make a point of from the Collins English Dictionary
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