apex

All Noun
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  • It was long, wide, and high at the apex above the tracks.
  • These arms at its apex were considered the royal arms for general purposes throughout the British empire at the time.
  • Their manner of growth now changes, and their outer sides, instead of their apices, continue to grow. Cited from Insectivorous Plants, by Charles Darwin
  • The subcostal black spot before the apex shows through from the upper side.
  • This long bore is above sea level at its apex.
  • The institution reached its apex in the second half of the 13th century.
  • For a short time, Apex built bus bodies here, but soon closed forever.
  • Accordingly the local apex court instructed the authorities to stop the construction until further orders.
  • Each consists of a base, an apex and four walls.
  • The apex is the first-formed, and therefore the oldest, part of the shell.
  • The upper side of the female is bright blue with dark fore wing apexes.
  • The leader had moved the apex court and got a restraint order against their publication in the media.
  • What do you think of a law that will take away a man's mine because it apexes on another man's claim? Cited from Rimrock Jones, by Dane Coolidge
  • This included a carriage house which now houses the Apex Night Club.
  • The Cross section is taken across a hand axe's central area or near to the apex.
  • The Apex industrial Park is now a part of the city.
  • He became a career civil servant who rose to the apex of the professional career ladder as a permanent secretary.
  • But we were the ones who fought for the victims, who went to the apex court and got the case transferred here.
  • They add leaves to the apex each year and the stem grows longer accordingly.
  • Apex has continued to grow in recent years.
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Meaning of apex

  • noun The point on the celestial sphere toward which the sun and solar system appear to be moving relative to the fixed stars