Noun(1) (architecture(2) the highest level or degree attainable; the highest stage of development(3) a lofty peak
Verb(1) surmount with a pinnacle(2) raise on or as if on a pinnacle
(1) Although he reached the pinnacle of success, he was unspoilt by it.(2) After all, women are at the pinnacle of all-time success.(3) Thackeray said the BJP had touched the pinnacle of success under Vajpayee's leadership and lamented that some ambitious leaders in the party were eyeing his place.(4) Perhaps the pinnacle of his behind-the-scenes success has been Jamaica's Carnival.(5) They came from the Parthenon, which marks the highest pinnacle of classical Doric architecture.(6) The boom-and-bust economy sent a few poor men to the pinnacle of success while merchants dreaded overstocked markets and plummeting fortunes.(7) The Red Plum's box keel was scraped, but her hull was undamaged by the uncharted pinnacle of rock which she encountered around ten miles off the coast of the Antarctic peninsula.(8) Cllr Staunton said that Westport had reached the pinnacle of success, but added that there are still challenges ahead.(9) Moving along the edge of a rock pinnacle , the diver inspects a narrow crevice; the entire fissure appears to be vibrating!(10) Being rich, successful and at the pinnacle of your profession appears to be frowned upon if you are David Beckham.(11) Thanks to Inchon, MacArthur, a general who always put himself above the normal chain of command, was at the pinnacle of his success.(12) Knokke's Casino represented for a Belgian singer like Brel the pinnacle of success, glamorous like Las Vegas was for Frank Sinatra.(13) Think back to 1997, when the Brit shoe-gazing movement had reached the pinnacle of its US success.(14) The family of a woman killed when a stone pinnacle fell from the roof of a 14th century church criticised a coroner yesterday for his decision not to call for a nationwide review of the safety of historic buildings.(15) So, after reaching the pinnacle of success as guest choir at the Jack Symons Charity Concert, what's left for Charlotte and her young singers?(16) Thirteen maybe unlucky for some but after forking out the Ôö¼├║1,800 costs each, they are hoping to get up and down the African pinnacle in one proud piece.
(1) pinnacle :: tumutumuga
1. peak ::
2. turret ::
3. highest level ::
4. superlative ::
1. bottom ::
2. nadir ::
Different Formspinnacle, pinnacles
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