Peak and Top


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

Top is a synonym for peak in maximum topic. In some cases you can use "Top" instead the word "Peak" as a noun or an adjective or a verb, when it comes to topics like mountaintop, max, summit, apex. popular alternative
Nearby Words: peaked, peaky, peaking
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Top noun – The highest part or point.
Usage example: a hawk's nest at the very top of the tree

Peak is a synonym for top in high topic. You can use "Peak" instead the word "Top" as a noun or an adjective or a verb, if it concerns topics such as place, limit, excite, comb. popular alternative
Nearby Words: topping, topmost, toping, toped
Synonyms for Top

How words are described

low low peak low top
small small peak small top
actual actual peak actual top
blue blue peak blue top
Other adjectives: absolute, black, new, next, red, athletic, mainstream, pointy.

Things that words describes

score peak score top score
position peak position top position
condition peak condition top condition
form peak form top form
Other nouns: speed, level, fighter, levels, moments.

Both words in one sentence

  • Flower from the Mountaintop In Atelier Iris: Eternal Mana, one minor quest has Delsus' grandmother tell you she wants a white flower, which you will, of course, discover can be found on top of a mountain (in highlands on top, actually, not on a peak).
  • Video Game / Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots Heroic R.R.O.D.: After going through a whole game's worth of physical trauma, including multiple seizures, a stab wound, electrocution, shoulder dislocation, on top of being very, very old and nowhere near peak physical condition, Snake finally hits his limit just outside of the microwave corridor.
  • 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.
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