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The point at or just below the surface of the ground where the stem and the root join, esp. in perennial herbs
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  1. The point at or just below the surface of the ground where the stem and the root join, esp. in perennial herbs
  2. The persistent, mostly underground base of a perennial herb.
  3. The summit or highest point, as of a mountain or arch
The uppermost part, point, surface, or end:
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  1. The uppermost part, point, surface, or end:
  2. The highest degree, pitch, or point; the peak, acme, or zenith:
  3. The highest position or rank:
A mass or stream of material that resembles a long feather:
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  1. A mass or stream of material that resembles a long feather:
  2. An ornament made of a large feather or feathers, or of a feathery tuft of hair, esp. when worn on a hat, helmet, etc. as a mark of distinction
  3. A cluster of such feathers
A bunch of hairs, feathers, grass, etc. growing closely together or attached at the base
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  1. A bunch of hairs, feathers, grass, etc. growing closely together or attached at the base
  2. A decorative button to which such a tuft is fastened
  3. A short cluster of elongated strands, as of yarn, hair, or grass, attached at the base or growing close together.
A tuft of feathers on a bird's head
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  1. A tuft of feathers on a bird's head
  2. A knot of feathers, ribbons, etc. worn as a headdress
  3. A crest or knot of hair or feathers on the crown of the head.
A red, fleshy outgrowth on the top of the head, as of a rooster
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  1. A red, fleshy outgrowth on the top of the head, as of a rooster
  2. A thin toothed strip, as of plastic, used to smooth, arrange, or fasten the hair.
  3. A thin strip of hard rubber, plastic, metal, etc. with teeth, passed through the hair to arrange, untangle, or clean it, or set in the hair to hold it in place or as an ornament
The highest or utmost point of anything; height; maximum
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  1. The highest or utmost point of anything; height; maximum
  2. A tapering, projecting point; a pointed extremity:
  3. A widow's peak.
The highest point; culmination; acme
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  1. The highest point; culmination; acme
  2. A pointed formation, as at the top of a mountain; peak
  3. A tall pointed formation, such as a mountain peak.
Attainment or arrival at the highest pitch of glory, power, etc.
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  1. Attainment or arrival at the highest pitch of glory, power, etc.
  2. (Astronomy) The attainment of the highest point of altitude reached by a heavenly body; passage across the meridian; transit.
  3. A culminating; reaching of the highest or lowest altitude or point
The highest point, especially the vertex of a triangle, cone, or pyramid.
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  1. The highest point, especially the vertex of a triangle, cone, or pyramid.
  2. The highest level or degree that is attained.
  3. The highest point; the vertex:
A crown for covering or sealing a tooth.
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  1. A crown for covering or sealing a tooth.
  2. A special head covering worn to indicate rank, occupation, or membership in a particular group:
  3. A summit or top, as of a mountain.
The condition or attribute of being relatively or sufficiently high or tall:
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  1. The condition or attribute of being relatively or sufficiently high or tall:
  2. Elevation or distance above a given level, as above the surface of the earth or sea; altitude
  3. The point of highest intensity; the climax:
A widow's peak.
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  1. A widow's peak.
  2. The highest or utmost point of anything; height; maximum
  3. A tapering, projecting point; a pointed extremity:
The upper surface of an anatomical structure, especially one having a vaulted inner structure:
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  1. The upper surface of an anatomical structure, especially one having a vaulted inner structure:
  2. The top covering of something:
  3. The exterior surface and its supporting structures on the top of a building.
The highest level of officials; specif., in connection with diplomatic negotiations, the level restricted to heads of government
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  1. The highest level of officials; specif., in connection with diplomatic negotiations, the level restricted to heads of government
  2. The highest point, part, or elevation; top or apex
  3. The highest level or degree that can be attained.
The highest point; the apex or summit:
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  1. The highest point; the apex or summit:
  2. (Anat., Zool.) The top or crown of the head
  3. The highest point; summit; apex, as the top point of the sun, moon, etc. above the horizon
(Fiction) A generic large company or corporation.
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  1. (Fiction) A generic large company or corporation.
  2. The highest point, as of achievement or development:
  3. The highest point; point of culmination; peak
The highest point, especially the vertex of a triangle, cone, or pyramid.
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  1. The highest point, especially the vertex of a triangle, cone, or pyramid.
  2. The highest level or degree that is attained.
  3. The highest point; the vertex:
The point in an orbit that is most distant from the body being orbited.
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  1. The point in an orbit that is most distant from the body being orbited.
  2. The point farthest from Earth's center in the orbit of the Moon or an artificial satellite.
  3. The farthest or highest point; the apex:
The turning point in a plot or dramatic action.
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  1. The turning point in a plot or dramatic action.
  2. (Ecol.) A final, self-perpetuating community of plants and animals that develops in a particular climate, soil, etc.: it will persist as long as the same conditions prevail
  3. The final, culminating element or event in a series; highest point, as of interest or excitement
The point at or just below the surface of the ground where the stem and the root join, esp. in perennial herbs
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  1. The point at or just below the surface of the ground where the stem and the root join, esp. in perennial herbs
  2. The persistent, mostly underground base of a perennial herb.
  3. The summit or highest point, as of a mountain or arch
Attainment or arrival at the highest pitch of glory, power, etc.
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  1. Attainment or arrival at the highest pitch of glory, power, etc.
  2. (Astronomy) The attainment of the highest point of altitude reached by a heavenly body; passage across the meridian; transit.
  3. A culminating; reaching of the highest or lowest altitude or point
Elevation or distance above a given level, as above the surface of the earth or sea; altitude
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  1. Elevation or distance above a given level, as above the surface of the earth or sea; altitude
  2. The condition or attribute of being relatively or sufficiently high or tall:
  3. The point of highest intensity; the climax:
(Geog.) A of the earth passing through the geographical poles and any given point on the earth's surface
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  1. (Geog.) A of the earth passing through the geographical poles and any given point on the earth's surface
  2. (Archaic) The highest apparent point reached by a celestial body in its course
  3. The highest point or stage of development; peak:
The highest or utmost point of anything; height; maximum
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  1. The highest or utmost point of anything; height; maximum
  2. A tapering, projecting point; a pointed extremity:
  3. A widow's peak.
The highest point; culmination; acme
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  1. The highest point; culmination; acme
  2. A tall pointed formation, such as a mountain peak.
  3. A pointed formation, as at the top of a mountain; peak
The highest level of officials; specif., in connection with diplomatic negotiations, the level restricted to heads of government
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  1. The highest level of officials; specif., in connection with diplomatic negotiations, the level restricted to heads of government
  2. The highest point, part, or elevation; top or apex
  3. The highest level or degree that can be attained.
The uppermost part, point, surface, or end:
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  1. The uppermost part, point, surface, or end:
  2. The highest degree, pitch, or point; the peak, acme, or zenith:
  3. The highest position or rank:
The point of culmination; the peak:
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  1. The point of culmination; the peak:
  2. The highest point above the observer's horizon attained by a celestial body.
  3. The highest point; peak
(Informal) Something coming as a climax or culmination to a series of events, esp. when unexpected or improbable
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  1. (Informal) Something coming as a climax or culmination to a series of events, esp. when unexpected or improbable
  2. The benefit gained as the result of a previous action.
  3. The act, event, or time of payment
The period of maximum severity or intensity of a disease or fever.
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  1. The period of maximum severity or intensity of a disease or fever.
  2. The most severe point in the course of an illness
  3. The highest point in the roof of the fourth ventricle of the brain
To apply the finishing touch to; complete:
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  1. To apply the finishing touch to; complete:
  2. To cover the top or end of; form a cap
  3. To lie over or on top of; cover:
To bring to or reach a climax.
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  1. To bring to or reach a climax.
To cover (a tooth) with an artificial crown
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  1. To cover (a tooth) with an artificial crown
  2. To form the crown, top, or chief ornament of.
  3. To be at the top of; surmount
(Astronomy) To reach the highest point above an observer's horizon. Used of stars and other celestial bodies.
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  1. (Astronomy) To reach the highest point above an observer's horizon. Used of stars and other celestial bodies.
  2. To reach the highest point or degree; climax:
  3. To reach its highest point or climax; result (in)
To achieve a maximum of development, value, or intensity:
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  1. To achieve a maximum of development, value, or intensity:
  2. To be formed into a peak or peaks:
  3. To come or cause to come to a peak; reach or bring to a high, or the highest, point
To be at the top of; head; lead
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  1. To be at the top of; head; lead
  2. To reach the top of; be on a level with
  3. To be a top for
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