5 Metaphors for « scopes »
- Perhaps, indeed, the scope which Painting offers to experimental, individual, and prescriptive taste, the loyalty it invokes from the conservative, the "infinite possibilities" it offers to the imaginative, the intimacy it promotes with Nature and character, are the cause of so much originality and attractiveness in its votaries.
- The scope of his labours has been, to define, dispose, and exemplify those doctrines anew; and, with a scrupulous regard to the best usage, to offer, on that authority, some further contributions to the stock of grammatical knowledge.
- The exact scope of this clause has long been a matter of debate.
- ... and, evermore, Instead of Nature's fair variety,] Her ample scope of hill and dale, of clouds And the blue sky, the same short span of earth Is all his prospect.
- The only scope left for a huge leap in technological innovation is the battery tech which is determinant in the ultimate form factor and usage of the phones.