- v. indicate the right path or direction
“Here it becomes the job of the community-building leader not only to expose to the group the task-avoidance assumption of fighting but also to point the way to the solution.”
“In the material which The Journal now included in its contents, it began to point the way to the problems which would face women during the reconstruction period.”
“INVESTMENTS TO MAKE America more competitive, and a new American social compact-if pursued in concert, these broad concepts point the way to a better future for our children and grandchildren.”
Looking for tweets for point the way.