Definition of Tiptop

1. Noun. The highest level or degree attainable; the highest stage of development. "At the top of his profession"

Exact synonyms: Acme, Elevation, Height, Meridian, Peak, Pinnacle, Summit, Superlative, Top
Generic synonyms: Degree, Level, Point, Stage
Derivative terms: Elevate, Elevate, Meridian, Peak, Superlative, Top, Top



2. Adjective. Of the highest quality. "She is absolutely tops"
Exact synonyms: A-one, Ace, Crack, First-rate, Super, Top-notch, Topnotch, Tops
Language type: Colloquialism
Similar to: Superior

3. Noun. The extreme top or summit.
Generic synonyms: Top, Top Side, Upper Side, Upside

Definition of Tiptop

1. n. The highest or utmost degree; the best of anything.

2. a. Very excellent; most excellent; perfect.

Definition of Tiptop

1. Noun. The very topmost point. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Tiptop

1. the highest point [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tiptop

tipstaves
tipster
tipsters
tipstock
tipstocks
tipsy
tipsy cake
tipt
tiptoe
tiptoe around
tiptoed
tiptoeing
tiptoer
tiptoers
tiptoes
tiptop (current term)
tiptopite
tiptops
tipu
tipu tree
tipula
tipulary
tipulas
tipulid
tipuna
tipunas
tiqueur
tiracizine
tirade
tirades

Literary usage of Tiptop

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1. Cadwalader's Cases: Being Decisions of the Hon. John Cadwalader, Judge of by John Cadwalader, Theodore McFadden (1907)
"THE tiptop v. THE JJ SPENCER. 1. The rate of exchange and not the value of gold is the proper standard of damage in a cause of collision. 2. ..."

2. Graham's Magazine by Graham, George R, Edgar Allan Poe, John Davis Batchelder Collection (Library of Congress) (1848)
"The deacon's doubts were now matured intoa strong sense of duty, and, to the complete satisfaction of Mrs. tiptop, he had decided to lake a stand in the ..."

3. The Life and Speeches of Daniel Henry Deniehy by Edward Alfred Martin (1884)
"On this occasion I met for the first time little tiptop. Little tiptop was prosecuting for the Crown, and as he was the Angel of my Destiny, ..."

4. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1891)
"You mind and turn your partner the wrong way for a round or two, tiptop, ... said tiptop, putting on that solemnly sweet expression of countenance which a ..."

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