Fulcrum in a sentence as a noun

Google should be using Gmail as a fulcrum, rather than Google+.

This article pivots on a fulcrum of ****.

It links CS to that fulcrum of the 20th century, the invention of the nuclear bomb.

I started solving for a fulcrum when the torque would evenly balance.

The elbow strikes I was swinging at it would make it rise about 4 to 5 feet in the air, almost above the fulcrum.

The fulcrum point of support is at my wrist, which is always far from the center of gravity of the iPad.

The plan was to rotate it quickly onto my leg and use that as a fulcrum of sorts to rotate the case off the carousel.

It can mean a physical peg or stick around which things turn, or the fulcrum of a lever which is also stationary.

With the progressive reduction in the cost of creating a startup, there is a shift in the leverage fulcrum toward the entrepreneur away from investors.

In a mathematical sense and in the long term, the distinction between rich and poor is a delicate balance, teetering on the fulcrum of compound interest.

It's very convenient to build your knowledge on the fulcrum of every community teeter-totter, the sheet-metal of every bike-shed, the fundamental logic from which all abstractions are born and all abstractions can be decomposed.

Fulcrum definitions


the pivot about which a lever turns