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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.
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They wanted to know if toppers and tailcoats were again being worn in The Row.
WHERE THE STRANGE TRAILS GO DOWNE. ALEXANDER POWELL
Nah, you've got friends—real tip-toppers, I'll be bound—wot spells it in quids w'ere I spells it in brown 'uns.
DEAD MAN'S LOVETOM GALLON
Well, William mine, you've topped the toppers and cut all records.
We men run to purple ties this year, quite a plucky contrast to our regulation toppers, black coats and sober tweed trousers.
FROM EDINBURGH TO INDIA & BURMAHWILLIAM G. BURN MURDOCH
It shimmered darkly, petticoats and toppers, bodices and big stompy boots and trousers cut off in ribbons at the knees.
The Dervishes we knew well enough by sight, with their long robes and high felt hats, like elongated brimless toppers.
A PRISONER IN TURKEYJOHN STILL
Yale sent an army of star timber-toppers down for the fifty-yard high hurdle event.
NEWS WRITINGM. LYLE SPENCER
I was a sight, in that weather-stained old suit and ragged toppers, even before I got freckled and splashed with prairie-mud.
THE PRAIRIE MOTHERARTHUR STRINGER
Severn calls some of us toppers, and last week and several times since he put me up to giving the balls a twist.
GLYN SEVERN'S SCHOOLDAYSGEORGE MANVILLE FENN