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Another word for crown

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Noun
  1. The highest point

      1. The highest point; the apex or summit:
      2. The highest point of the skull.
      3. The top of the head.
      1. The uppermost part, point, surface, or end:
      2. The part farthest from a given reference point:
      3. The crown of the head:
      1. The highest point or part; the top.
      2. The highest level or degree that can be attained.
      3. The highest level, as of government officials.
      1. The exterior surface and its supporting structures on the top of a building.
      2. The upper exterior surface of a dwelling as a symbol of the home itself:
      3. The top covering of something:
      1. A tapering, projecting point; a pointed extremity:
      2. The pointed summit of a mountain.
      3. The mountain itself.
      1. The distance from the base of something to the top.
      2. Elevation above a given level, as of the sun or a star above the horizon; altitude.
      3. The condition or attribute of being relatively or sufficiently high or tall:
      1. A usually ornamental tuft, ridge, or similar projection on the head of a bird or other animal.
      2. An elevated, irregularly toothed ridge on the stigmas of certain flowers.
      3. A ridge or an appendage on a plant part, such as on a leaf or petal.
      1. A usually soft and close-fitting head covering, either having no brim or with a visor.
      2. A special head covering worn to indicate rank, occupation, or membership in a particular group:
      3. An academic mortarboard. Used especially in the phrase cap and gown.
      1. The highest point; the vertex:
      2. The highest level or degree that is attained.
      3. The usually pointed end of an object; the tip:
    See also:

    high

  2. The highest point or state

      1. The period of maximum severity or intensity of a disease or fever.
      1. The return on an investment.
      2. The discharge of a debt or obligation.
      3. The benefit gained as the result of a previous action.
      1. The point on the celestial sphere that is directly above the observer.
      2. The upper region of the sky.
      3. The highest point above the observer's horizon attained by a celestial body.
      1. The uppermost part, point, surface, or end:
      2. The part farthest from a given reference point:
      3. The crown of the head:
      1. The highest point or part; the top.
      2. The highest level or degree that can be attained.
      3. The highest level, as of government officials.
      1. A small turret or spire on a roof or buttress.
      2. A tall pointed formation, such as a mountain peak.
      3. The highest point; the culmination.
      1. A tapering, projecting point; a pointed extremity:
      2. The pointed summit of a mountain.
      3. The mountain itself.
      1. An imaginary great circle on the earth's surface passing through the North and South geographic poles.
      2. Either half of such a great circle from pole to pole. All points on the same meridian have the same longitude.
      3. A great circle passing through the two poles of the celestial sphere and the zenith of a given observer.
      1. The distance from the base of something to the top.
      2. Elevation above a given level, as of the sun or a star above the horizon; altitude.
      3. The condition or attribute of being relatively or sufficiently high or tall:
      1. a culminating; reaching of the highest or lowest altitude or point
      2. the highest point; zenith; climax
      1. A usually ornamental tuft, ridge, or similar projection on the head of a bird or other animal.
      2. An elevated, irregularly toothed ridge on the stigmas of certain flowers.
      3. A ridge or an appendage on a plant part, such as on a leaf or petal.
      1. The point of greatest intensity or force in an ascending series or progression; a culmination.
      2. A series of statements or ideas in an ascending order of rhetorical force or intensity.
      3. The final statement in such a series.
      1. The point in an orbit around the planet Earth where the orbiting body is farthest from the planet.
      2. The analogous point in an orbit around a celestial body other than Earth. Not in technical use.
      3. The farthest or highest point; the apex:
      1. The highest point; the vertex:
      2. The highest level or degree that is attained.
      3. The usually pointed end of an object; the tip:
      1. The highest point, as of achievement or development:
    See also:

    high

Verb
  1. To put a topping on

      1. (US) to fill completely; to fill or refill the final portion of something not empty
      2. (UK) to complete, to put the finishing touch to (something)
      1. The uppermost part, point, surface, or end:
      2. The part farthest from a given reference point:
      3. The crown of the head:
      1. A usually soft and close-fitting head covering, either having no brim or with a visor.
      2. A special head covering worn to indicate rank, occupation, or membership in a particular group:
      3. An academic mortarboard. Used especially in the phrase cap and gown.
  2. To reach or bring to a climax

      1. The uppermost part, point, surface, or end:
      2. The part farthest from a given reference point:
      3. The crown of the head:
      1. A tapering, projecting point; a pointed extremity:
      2. The pointed summit of a mountain.
      3. The mountain itself.
      1. To reach the highest point or degree; climax:
      2. To come to completion; end:
      3. To reach the highest point above an observer's horizon. Used of stars and other celestial bodies.
      1. A usually ornamental tuft, ridge, or similar projection on the head of a bird or other animal.
      2. An elevated, irregularly toothed ridge on the stigmas of certain flowers.
      3. A ridge or an appendage on a plant part, such as on a leaf or petal.
      1. The point of greatest intensity or force in an ascending series or progression; a culmination.
      2. A series of statements or ideas in an ascending order of rhetorical force or intensity.
      3. The final statement in such a series.
      1. A usually soft and close-fitting head covering, either having no brim or with a visor.
      2. A special head covering worn to indicate rank, occupation, or membership in a particular group:
      3. An academic mortarboard. Used especially in the phrase cap and gown.
    See also:

    excite

Another word for crown

Noun
  1. The top

      1. The highest point or part; the top.
      2. The highest level or degree that can be attained.
      3. The highest level, as of government officials.
      1. A usually ornamental tuft, ridge, or similar projection on the head of a bird or other animal.
      2. An elevated, irregularly toothed ridge on the stigmas of certain flowers.
      3. A ridge or an appendage on a plant part, such as on a leaf or petal.
      1. The highest point; the vertex:
      2. The highest level or degree that is attained.
      3. The usually pointed end of an object; the tip:
    See also:

    top

  2. The symbol of royalty

    See also:

    wreath

  3. The possessor of sovereign power; usually capital C

  4. The head

      1. A small mug or cup.
      2. A unit of liquid measure equal to one quarter of a pint.
      3. The human head.
      1. The bony or cartilaginous framework that encloses and protects the brain and sense organs of all vertebrates and of one group of nonvertebrates (the hagfishes); cranium.
      2. The head, regarded as the seat of thought or intelligence:
      3. A death's-head.
      1. The human head, especially the top of the head:
      2. The mind or brain.
Verb
  1. To make complete or perfect

  2. To empower with a crown

  3. *To hit

    See also:

    hit