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Definitions of top:

part of speech: noun

The highest part of anything: the upper end or surface: the upper part of a plant: the crown of the head: the highest place or rank: the chief or highest person: ( naut.) a small platform at the head of the lower mast.

part of speech: adjective

Situated at the top or highest part.

part of speech: verb

To rise to the highest place; to rise above others; to excel; to rise over and above; to cover on the top; to crop; to take the upper part.

part of speech: adjective

Pertaining to the highest part; highest; chief.

part of speech: noun

A child's toy, of a pear shape, which is made to spin on its point by means of a long cord; also with a blunter point made to spin for any length of time by the continual application of a whip of several loose strands.

part of speech: past tense, past participle

Topped.

part of speech: noun

A child's toy, shaped like a pear, and set or kept whirling round by means of a string or a whip.

part of speech: noun

The highest part; the summit; as, the top of a mountain; the upper side or surface; as, the top of a table; the highest person, place, or rank; the crown of the head; a small platform at the head of the lower mast of ships; a child's toy which can be made to spin upon its point.

part of speech: verb transitive

To cover on the top: to tip: to rise above: to surpass: to rise to the top of: to take off the top of:- pr. p. topping; pa. t. and pa. p. topped.

part of speech: present participle

Topping.

part of speech: verb transitive

To put a cover over; to rise to the highest point of; to surmount; to excel or surpass; cut off the upper part of, as a plant.

part of speech: noun

The highest or upper part of anything; the surface; the highest place or rank; the chief; among seamen, the small plateform near the lower- mast head.

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