Another word for top
The uppermost portion
Antonyms bottom*, lower end, nadir.
A spinning toy
spinner, peg top, whipping top, musical top, whistling top, teetotum, put-and-take top, dreidel; see also toy 1.
lose one's temper, become angry, be enraged; see rage 1.
To remove the top
To apply topping
Another word for topnoun
The highest point:apex, cap, crest, crown, height, peak, roof, summit, vertex. See high
The outer layer of an object:face, surface. See surface
The highest point or state:acme, apex, apogee, climax, crest, crown, culmination, height, meridian, peak, pinnacle, summit, zenith. (Informal) payoff. (Medicine) fastigium. See high
The greatest quantity or highest degree attainable:maximum, outside, ultimate, utmost, uttermost. Idiom: ne plus ultra. See high, limited
The superlative or most preferable part of something:best, choice, cream, crÃ¨me de la crÃ¨me, elite, flower, pick, prize1. Idioms: cream of the crop, flower of the flock, pick of the bunch (or crop). See better
Of, being, located at, or forming the top:highest, loftiest, topmost, upmost, uppermost. See high
Greatest in quantity or highest in degree that has been or can be attained:maximal, maximum, topmost, ultimate, utmost, uttermost. See high, limited
Exceptionally good of its kind:ace, banner, blue-ribbon, brag, capital, champion, excellent, fine1, first-class, first-rate, prime, quality, splendid, superb, superior, terrific, tiptop. (Informal) A-one, bully, dandy, great, swell, topflight, topnotch. (Slang) boss. (Chiefly British) tophole. See good
Preeminent in rank or position:highest, top-drawer. See over
Most important, influential, or significant:capital, cardinal, chief, first, foremost, key, leading, main, major, number one, paramount, premier, primary, prime, principal. See important
To put a topping on:cap, crown, top off. See over, put on
To be greater or better than:best, better1, exceed, excel, outdo, outmatch, outrun, outshine, outstrip, pass, surpass, transcend. (Informal) beat. Idioms: go beyond, go one better. See big
To reach or bring to a climax.Off or out: cap, climax, crest, crown, culminate, peak. See excite