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That is germane, applicable, or pertinent. (Obsolete other than in the idiom "case in point.") Jeremy is just the laziest person I've ever met. As a case in point, he spent the entire day watching TV in his pajamas!
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1. Relevant or pertinent, as in That is a case in point. [Mid-1600s]
2. in point of. With reference to, in the matter of, as in In point of the law, he is obviously wrong. [c. 1600]
3. in point of fact. See under in fact.
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Having relevance or pertinence.
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