Thesaurus / pinnacle


Even while he was working at the pinnacle of the financial services world he started non-profits like the Big Shoulders Fund and taught financial literacy.
Humans are not a treasured creation, or even the pinnacle of evolution.
Schitt’s Creek has risen in the ranks as one of the most popular TV shows of the past decade, reaching its pinnacle at this year’s Emmy awards, where the show swept the comedy category.
Sometimes, a thriving juggernaut doesn’t tail off — rather, a new competitor knocks the champion off its pinnacle, often during conference realignment.
What’s interesting as I’ve talked to some experts that actually feel that this might indeed be the pinnacle of campaign technology and personalized campaigns because public opinion is really shifting on this.
Just as Copernicus had displaced man from the center of celestial orbits, Darwin had toppled him from the pinnacle of “animated beings.”
It was the pinnacle of my professional life, but I didn’t know how to be a good spouse.
Such habits, the paper concluded, reflect a “dedicated and determined character” that has helped propel Suga, the son of strawberry pickers from the frozen fields of Japan’s northern Akita prefecture, to the pinnacle of political power.
But there is a pinnacle of human success and of human opinion, on which human foot was never yet permitted to rest.
The minister's eye kept steady to one point; to raise the country he governed, to the utmost pinnacle of earthly grandeur.


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