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Top out  v.  (Building) To top off; to finish by putting on a cap of top (uppermost) course (called a topping-out course).






Collaborative International Dictionary of English 0.48








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"Top out" Quotes from Famous Books



... there was no road, and in opposition to express orders that no path was to be made there. Tangs had momentarily stopped to take a pinch of snuff; but observing Mrs. Charmond gazing at him, he hastened to get over the top out of hail. His precipitancy made him miss his footing, and he rolled like a barrel to the bottom, his snuffbox rolling in ...
— The Woodlanders • Thomas Hardy



Words linked to "Top out" :   lift, go up, leave office, resign, move up, peak, reach, rise, hit, come up, provide, gain, furnish, make, supply, arise, step down, crest, render, arrive at, uprise, top, quit



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