Idiom: Stretch the point
If you stretch the point, you say something that is not exactly a lie, but is distorting the truth.
('Stretch a point' is also used.)
- Moot point
- Home stretch
- Tipping point
- Sticking point
- Beside the point
- Case in point
- Point the finger
- Selling point
- At a stretch
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