Bottom and Peak


Bottom noun - The side or part facing downward from something.
Usage example: that side of the shelf is supposed to be the bottom, so turn it over before you assemble the bookcase

Peak is an antonym for bottom in lowest part topic.

Nearby Words: bottomless, bottomed, bottommost, bottomland, bottoming


Peak noun - The highest part or point.
Usage example: a pop singer at the peak of her career

Bottom is an antonym for peak in topics: maximum, top of something.

Nearby Words: peaked, peaky, peaking

How words are described

top top bottom top peak
actual actual bottom actual peak
large large bottom large peak
blue blue bottom blue peak
Other adjectives: little, absolute, distant, red.

Both words in one sentence

  • Marathon Level SSX 3 has the peak events, where you start at the top of one of Big Mountain's 3 peaks and have to either race or beat the trick score of an opponent all the way to the bottom of Peak 1.
  • Absurdly Long Stairway The Lord of the Rings: The peak called Zirak-zigil by the dwarves had a stairway (appropriately enough, called the Endless Stair) that reached from the peak to the bottom of Moria, and was destroyed during Gandalf's battle with the Balrog.
  • Jump Physics Heels is the bottom half with the feet; this gives him Super Speed (relative to Head), but he can only jump his own height and falls like a stone as soon as he reaches the peak.
    Source: Jump Physics
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