Definition of topping:
first-string, nifty, bite, superb, beautiful, marvelous, crackerjack, supernal, mean, bang-up, dandy, top, classic, top-shelf, boss, corking, bowl, lovely, groovy, A-OK, immense, famous, fantastic, first-rate, blue-ribbon, tip-top, peachy, bowlful, wizard, keen, gilt-edged, stellar, superlative, awesome, neat, brag, noble, blue-chip, five-star, phat, frontline, capital, divine, fabulous, crumb, top-of-the-line, down, peachy keen, top-hole, high-class, swell, hot, righteous, gone, splendid, choice, wonderful, can, dope, cracking, quality, cool, prime, prize, jim-dandy, primo, out-of-sight, unsurpassed, par excellence, brave, number one, top-notch, banner, fab, dynamite, bumper, fine, gangbusters, cake, boffo, numero uno, radical, sensational, heavenly, fantabulous, consumption, A1, great, c., batch, slick, sterling, grand, first-class, terrific, superior, prizewinning, bonny, hype, bully, bed, top-flight, four-star.
At the head of the procession, now nearly topping the hill beneath the house, was that silent married couple, the heavy, sober man and the serene, large- eyed woman, who did not mingle with the others.- "Together", Robert Herrick (1868-1938).
- "The Disturbing Charm", Berta Ruck.
- "The Vision of Desire", Margaret Pedler.