there is not much point in

there is not much point in
• there is no point in doing smth
• there is little point in doing smth
• there is not much point in doing smth
• there is not any point in doing smth
(doing smth) there is no (little, not much) sense (use) in doing something

... it could be only a matter of minutes before Mr. Blearney finished his story and came across to jolly them along - there seemed so little point in beating about the bush. (J. Wain)

There's no point in having servants if you abandon the conventions. (I. Murdoch)

"No point in going after the same bird, old man," Harris said. (Gr. Greene)


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  • there is not any point in — • there is no point in doing smth • there is little point in doing smth • there is not much point in doing smth • there is not any point in doing smth (from Idioms in Speech) (doing smth) there is no (little, not much) sense (use) in doing… …   Idioms and examples

  • there is little point in — • there is no point in doing smth • there is little point in doing smth • there is not much point in doing smth • there is not any point in doing smth (from Idioms in Speech) (doing smth) there is no (little, not much) sense (use) in doing… …   Idioms and examples

  • there is no point in — • there is no point in doing smth • there is little point in doing smth • there is not much point in doing smth • there is not any point in doing smth (from Idioms in Speech) (doing smth) there is no (little, not much) sense (use) in doing… …   Idioms and examples

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