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Phrase used to contradict another person's ideas, while making it feel like you have agreed with them.
Her: I don't think we should see each other anymore. You're just not there for me emotionally and I need more than that.

You: To your point, I think we should limit our relationship to strictly sexual, and I look forward to that. I’m glad we agree on this.

Can also be used in the 3rd person.

Jim: Peyton Manning rules.

You: I’m with Jim on this one. And to Jim’s point, Tom Brady is the best QB in the NFL.
by shambone November 04, 2009
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