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Synonym: acmeapexcrownpeakspiresummittopvertexzenithSimilar words: manacleinnatein naturemiracleobstacletentaclespectaclewannaMeaning: ['pɪnəkl] n. 1. (architecture) a slender upright spire at the top of a buttress of tower 2. the highest level or degree attainable; the highest stage of development 3. a lofty peak. v. 1. surmount with a pinnacle 2. raise on or as if on a pinnacle. 
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1. He had reached the pinnacle of his military career.
2. A walker fell 80ft from a rocky pinnacle.
3. The politician was at the pinnacle of his fame.
4. He spent more than twenty years at the pinnacle of his profession.
5. The bank then was at the pinnacle of England's financial system.
6. She is at the pinnacle of her profession.
7. The pinnacle of the pagoda caught the last of the sun.
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8. Formula One is the pinnacle of motor racing.
9. Even among seasoned mountaineers Pinnacle Ridge is considered quite a tough proposition.
10. She was still a screen goddess at the pinnacle of her career.
11. She had reached the pinnacle of her political career.
12. Now he is at the very pinnacle of his career.
13. A work of outstanding quality is a pinnacle; it is not typical.
14. The very pinnacle of the sport is the Olympic Games and the world professional circuit.
15. By 1965, Fellini had reached the pinnacle of his commercial success.
16. At last we could see Ambadji on a pinnacle ahead of us.
17. Obviously it is the pinnacle of anyone's professional career to captain their country.
18. People who otherwise consider individual responsibility the pinnacle of virtue seem unable to perceive an individual responsibility to protect an endangered planet.
19. He had reached the pinnacle of his military career and held supreme political power.
20. Abstract expressionism is commonly identified as the pinnacle of modernism.
21. You have reached the pinnacle of success as soon as you become uninterested in money, compliments, or publicity. Thomas Wolfe 
22. By the age of thirty-two she had reached the pinnacle of her career.
23. The towers spring from sprawling castle-like buildings that were once hotels representing the pinnacle of elegance.
24. Having steered Arsenal to a Cup victory and then to a record Championship, Chapman was at the pinnacle of his career.
25. Sunlight smashed into me as I pulled on to the top of a little pinnacle below a very steep, friable slab.
26. One is Ozawa, who seems to be arriving at the pinnacle of his career.
27. His ever-so-proper role as financial consultant to the Duchess of York marked the pinnacle of his climb up the social ladder.
28. To deplore children being crippled by land mines is not really at the pinnacle of human courage, is it?
29. Tilak and Gokhale were dead, and the Mahatma had been lifted by the people to the pinnacle of eminence.
30. Troops may be moved on to a castle wall, rocky pinnacle or other elevation including a Spiral Stair.
More similar words: manacleinnatein naturemiracleobstacletentaclespectaclewannaa classunnaturalenactmenacequestionnairepanaceasnack barin no wayinnermagna cartapugnaciouspertinacitywinnerdinneron account ofin no timefinnishpininnocentinnuendopinespin
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