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Indeed, some of the rewards have topped hundreds of thousands when the crime involves a homicide.

A nine-year-old Russian girl living in Moscow, Kristina Pimenova, just topped that number.

There was an outbreak of thunderstorms in the area, and some of the thunderheads topped out at 34,000 feet.

The book got awful reviews even as it topped The New York Times bestseller list.

Outside the lodge, running along its perimeter, was a small ditch lined by posts topped by a chest-high wooden beam.

The whole is enclosed by a low brick wall, topped by iron railings painted flaming red.

In the interior a rocky, flat-topped hill was seen; it is probably the Mount Naturaliste of the French.

It was all crimson and white, with a fur-edged velvet cap that it really took courage to wear, and fur-topped boots.

A flat-topped hill near the shore of Scott's Strait is a remarkable object, and may be seen six or seven leagues off.

(p. 443) The leaves ripen sooner if the plant is topped, while the quality is much better.

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On this page you'll find 37 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to topped, such as: camouflaged, capped, closed, coated, concealed, and enclosed.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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