Definition of zenith :
1. hence, figuratively, the point of culmination; the greatest height; the height of success or prosperity.
2. That point in the visible celestial hemisphere which is vertical to the spectator; the point of the heavens directly overhead; - opposed to nadir.
limiting (part of speech: adjective)
limit (part of speech: noun)
heaven (part of speech: noun)
immortality, mountaintop, acme, nirvana, heaven, summit, ether, Eden, azure, fairyland, joyfulness, everlastingness, goshen, happiness, spire, rhapsody, glory, culmination, Zion, wonderland, eternity, afterworld, stratosphere, apex, Canaan, bliss, shangri-la, hereafter, pinnacle, ecstasy, dreamland, land o'goshen, climax, paradise
summit (part of speech: noun)
top (part of speech: noun)
superior (part of speech: adjective)
crowning, furthest, foremost, master, consummate, champion, king, choice, chief, senior, dominant, controlling, best, maximum, signal, sovereign, elite, leading, A-1, eminent, above, paramount, most, predominant, quintessential, furthermost, ruling, chosen, supreme, superior, better, commanding, headmost, uppermost, ascendant
- In like manner, the size and aspect of the comets are of every character, from the dim spot just visible to an eye fortified by a mighty telescope, up to a gigantic and brilliant object, with a tail stretching across the heavens for a distance which is as far as from the horizon to the zenith. - "The Story of the Heavens", Robert Stawell Ball.
- At that moment the sun of Dupleix's fortunes reached its zenith. - "A History of the Four Georges, Volume II (of 4)", Justin McCarthy.
- But the sun of her happiness had passed its zenith and was on the decline. - "The Stronger Influence", F.E. Mills Young.