top
a garment (especially for women) that extends from the shoulders to the waist or hips
top
platform surrounding the head of a lower mast
top
reach or ascend the top of
top
the first half of an inning
top
a conical child's plaything tapering to a steel point on which it can be made to spin
topped
having a top of a specified character
top
not to be surpassed
topping
a flavorful addition on top of a dish
top
pass by, over, or under without making contact
top
provide with a top
top
be the culminating event
top
be ahead of others
top
covering for a hole (especially a hole in the top of a container)
top
strike (the top part of a ball in golf, baseball, or pool) giving it a forward spin
top
go beyond
top
be at the top of or constitute the top or highest point
topping
excellent
top
finish up or conclude
top
the highest level or degree attainable
top
the top point of a mountain or hill
toppingly
(used as an intensifier) extremely well
top
a canvas tent to house the audience at a circus performance
top
the greatest possible intensity
top
cut the top off
top
the highest or uppermost side of anything
top
the upper part of anything
top-ranking
of the highest rank
tip-top
to the highest extent
high-topped
(of shoes or boots) having relatively high uppers
top-quality
surpassing in quality
tops(p)
of the highest quality
top(a)
situated at the top or highest position
flat-top
having a flat or flattened upper surface
top-down
of an approach to a problem that begins at the highest conceptual level and works down to the details
top-heavy
unstable by being overloaded at the top
top-level
of the highest rank
top-flight
excellent
screw-topped
having a lid with a spiral groove
caliche-topped
covered with caliche, a hard calcium-carbonate encrusted soil
rattle-top
North American bugbane found from Main and Ontario to Wisconsin and south to Georgia
top-secret
the highest official level of classification of documents
high-top
(of shoes or boots) having relatively high uppers
top-hole
excellent
flat-topped
having a flat or flattened upper surface
top-grade
surpassing in quality
top-up
an amount needed to restore something to its former level
over-the-top
far more than usual or expected