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The example sentences of BESIDE THE POINT in videos (3 in total of 3)

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Use "beside the point" in a sentence | "beside the point" example sentences

How to use "beside the point" in a sentence?

  • I'll always be there because I'm a skilled professional actor. Whether or not I've any talent is beside the point.
    -Michael Caine-
  • Force is always beside the point when sublety will serve.
    -Darius I-
  • It is perhaps beside the point to remark that bowling alleys and supermarkets have nursery facilities, while schools and colleges and scientific laboratories and government offices do not.
    -Betty Friedan-
  • A 'mistake' is beside the point, for once anything happens it authentically is.
    -John Cage-
  • Whether something is called art is beside the point. What counts is what happens when you ask it to actually be art.
    -Walter Darby Bannard-
  • The debate over troop levels will rage for years; it is...beside the point.
    -Rich Lowry-
  • Ontological questions are generally beside the point, hardly more than a form of harassment.
    -Noam Chomsky-

English idiom

What does "beside the point" mean?
"beside the point" is an English idiom. Meaning "Tangential or insignificant to the main issue being discussed."

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