Another word for summit
summit peak 1pinnacle acme apex zenith climaxSearch Thesaurus
These nouns all mean the highest point. Summit denotes the highest level attainable: “This [appointment] had been the summit of Mr. Bertram's ambition” (Sir Walter Scott). Peak usually refers to the uppermost point: “It was the peak of summer in the Berkshires” (Saul Bellow). Pinnacle denotes a towering height, as of achievement: The articulation of the theory of relativity catapulted Einstein to the pinnacle of his profession. Acme refers to an ultimate point, as of perfection: The artist's talents were at their acme when this work was created. Apex is the culminating point: The military regime represented the apex of oppression and intimidation. Zenith is the point of highest achievement, most complete development, or greatest power: “Chivalry was then in its zenith” (Henry Hallam). Climax refers to the point of greatest strength, effect, or intensity that marks the endpoint of an ascending process: The government's collapse was the climax of a series of constitutional crises.
Another word for summitnoun
The highest point:apex, cap, crest, crown, height, peak, roof, top, vertex. See high
The highest point or state:acme, apex, apogee, climax, crest, crown, culmination, height, meridian, peak, pinnacle, top, zenith. (Informal) payoff. (Medicine) fastigium. See high