point to

point to
Synonyms and related words:
account for, accredit with, accrete to, acknowledge, address to, advert to, aim, aim at, allude to, apply to, approve, argue, ascribe to, assign to, attach to, attest, attribute to, augur, be taken as, bend, bend to, bespeak, betoken, bias, blame, blame for, blame on, breathe, bring home to, bring to attention, bring to notice, call attention to, charge on, charge to, cite, conduce, confess, connect with, connote, contribute, credit with, demonstrate, denominate, denote, designate, determine, direct, direct attention to, direct to, directionize, display, dispose, divine, emblematize, evidence, evince, exhibit, express, fasten upon, father upon, figure, finger, fix, fix on, fix upon, focus on, foretoken, furnish evidence, give indication of, go, go to show, hang on, have a tendency, head, hint, hold on, illustrate, imply, impute to, incline, indicate, involve, lay to, lead, lean, level at, look to, manifest, mark, mean, mention, name, pick out, pin on, pinpoint, place upon, point, point at, point out, prefigure, preindicate, present, presign, presignal, presignify, pretypify, redound to, refer to, saddle on, saddle with, select, serve, set, set down to, set forth, set toward, settle upon, show, show a tendency, show signs of, sight on, signalize, signify, speak for itself, speak volumes, specify, spell, stand for, stigmatize, suggest, symbol, symbolize, symptomatize, tell, tend, tend to show, token, touch on, train, train upon, trend, turn, turn upon, typify, verge, warp, work toward

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