Synonyms for Peak:
topmost, highest, Capping, Headmost, extreme, maximum, acme, uppermost, loftiest, apex, tip, Culminating, crowning, top, pinnacle, zenith, summit.
n.aloft, above, upper, high up, elevated, over. double, go through the roof, multiply, brim, protection, add to, convex, step up, raise, soar, escalate, go up, increase. prosper, succeed, flourish, be a roaring success, achieve, get ahead, payoff, thrive, win out, apogee, fastigium, be/get there. madhouse, excite, busy season, frenzy, lively, hectic, hum, Grand Central Station, culminate, bustling, buzz. minus, power, And, let, less, plus, IFF, divide/multiply by. comeback, glory days, breakthrough, someone's day in the sun, golden age. highlight, turning point, watershed, crossroads, breaking point, milestone, the moment of truth, the point of no return. bluff, highlands, dune, cliff, Downs, Butte, foothills, fell, ascent. cairn, Brae, the brow, divide, escarpment, brink, crag. hatpin, cockade, chinstrap, plume. cube, cross, cuboid, fractal, hexagon, diamond, flare, heptagon, chevron, equilateral triangle. •height (noun)
•maximum, zenith (noun)
apogee, acme, height, top, climax, culmination.
hill, range, sierra, mount, mountain, alp, hump.
bill, apex, crown, efflorescence, acme, high, high season, pinnacle, climactic, extremum, heyday, summit, bloom, superlative, reach a peak, height, point, vertex, climactical, flower, blossom, tip, top, highest, prime, elevation, flush, peak-seaason, visor, crest, maximal, vizor, eyeshade, maximum.
highest point, crest, topmost point, crown, limit, culmination, extremity, uppermost point, climax, brow, cap.
•top of something (noun)
crest, roof, mount, point, vertex, pinnacle, hill, mountain, apex, crown, summit, alp, brow, tip.
v.•reach highest point (verb)
Usage examples for peak
The principal mountains in Ceylon are Pedrotallagalla, eight thousand two hundred and eighty feet; Kirigallapotta, seven thousand nine hundred; Totapella, eight thousand feet; and Adam's Peak seven thousand seven hundred; but although their altitude is so considerable, they do not give the idea of grandeur which such an altitude would convey. – Eight Years' Wandering in Ceylon by Samuel White Baker