Definition of Talking point

1. Noun. An especially persuasive point helping to support an argument or discussion.

Generic synonyms: Point



Definition of Talking point

1. Noun. A specific topic raised in a conversation or argument which is intended as a basis for further discussion, especially one which represents a point of view. ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Talking Point

talkinesses
talking
talking(a)
talking-point
talking-points
talking-to
talking book
talking drum
talking drums
talking head
talking heads
talking in circles
talking out of turn
talking past
talking picture
talking point (current term)
talking points
talking shop
talking shops
talking to
talkings
talks
talks past
talkshow
talkshows
talksome
talky
tall
tall(a)
tall-case clock

Literary usage of Talking point

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1. Organization, Correspondence, Transportation: Part I: Business Organization by Lee Galloway, George Burton Hotchkiss, James Mavor (1910)
"Concentrating on the talking-point.—Whatever kind of article you are creating a desire for, ... This distinctive feature we may call the "talking-point. ..."

2. Principles of Salesmanship by Harold Whitehead (1918)
"Each talking point must be made to appeal to one or more definite buying motives. The salesman marshals these talking points and presents them by means of ..."

3. Advertising: A Practical Presentation of the Principles Underlying the by Harry Tipper, George Burton Hotchkiss (1914)
"Hence, the talking point was changed to that of its superior convenience. It sometimes happens also that a talking point for a product is created from what ..."

4. Business English, Its Principles and Practice by George Burton Hotchkiss, Celia Anne Drew (1916)
"The right selection of the talking point has much to do with the success or failure of any sales letter. When we see, however, that of two letters on the ..."

5. Advertising, Its Principles and Practice by Harry Tipper, Harry Levi Hollingworth, George Burton Hotchkiss, Frank Alvah Parsons (1915)
"In this connection it should be remembered that once an advertiser has sufficiently driven home his great distinctive talking-point, he can concentrate upon ..."

6. Advertising, Its Principles and Practice by Harry Tipper, Harry Levi Hollingworth, George Burton Hotchkiss, Frank Alvah Parsons (1919)
"In this connection it should be remembered that once an advertiser has sufficiently driven home his great distinctive talking-point, he can concentrate upon ..."

7. The Art of Photoplay Making by Victor Oscar Freeburg (1918)
"He may construct his photoplay so that the " talking point " becomes a mere excrescence which may be considered quite apart from the essential character of ..."

8. The Art of Photoplay Making by Victor Oscar Freeburg (1918)
"He may construct his photoplay so that the " talking point " becomes a mere excrescence which may be considered quite apart from the essential character of ..."

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