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beside the point not relevant to the main focus of interest or discussion.
bone of contention an issue or matter that causes or is the focus of disagreement.
care concentrated focus or attention. [1/11 definitions]
center to focus or concentrate. [1/9 definitions]
circuit an association of teams, clubs, or other groups having a common focus; league. [1/8 definitions]
concentrate to draw together to a center; focus. [2/6 definitions]
convergence in physiology, the coordinated movement of the eyes to focus on a near object or point. [1/4 definitions]
diffuse characterized by wordiness and lack of focus. [1/10 definitions]
electron lens an electric or magnetic field, or a combination of the two, that is used to focus or deflect an electron beam.
emphasis the most important part; focus of interest or concern. [1/4 definitions]
fade-in a gradual increase in the sharpness of focus or visibility of a scene or image in film or television, or in the audibility of sound in broadcasting.
fade-out a gradual decrease in the sharpness of focus or visibility of a scene or image in film or television, or in the audibility of sound in broadcasting.
fasten to focus intently or steadily (usu. fol. by on or upon). [1/8 definitions]
fixate to focus or concentrate on. [1/5 definitions]
focal of or relating to focus.
focusable combined form of focus.
focusless combined form of focus.
freefloating lacking a connection, commitment, or focus, esp. with respect to a doctrine, party, or cause. [1/3 definitions]
funnel to concentrate or focus, as if pouring through a funnel. [1/4 definitions]
hyperopia the condition of being able to focus the eyes on distant objects more clearly than on near ones; far-sightedness. (Cf. myopia.)
off the beaten path away from the main or popular focus of interest. [1/2 definitions]