He had been, he said, reading Deadspin since he was 15; working there now is the pinnacle of a lifelong dream.
In national politics and global business, the safest place to be is the pinnacle.
White Hole is the pinnacle of the exhibition – constructed as the antithesis of a “black hole.”
Next, he sermonized on the moral failures that caused other “pinnacle nations” throughout history to fall.
In every other respect, though, Life of Brian is the pinnacle of Monty Python's achievement.
Each bud, I said, has the power and disposition to make a pinnacle of himself, but he has not always the opportunity.
Pedrito elevated his hand jerkily to help the idea of pinnacle, of fame.
They look down on him as from the pinnacle of the sublimest elevation.
At this period Rachael Closs was at the pinnacle of her hopes.
The objection is utterly futile, for there is not a single spire or pinnacle from one end of the Trossachs to the other.
c.1300, "mountain, peak, promontory," from Old French pinacle "top, gable" (13c.) and directly from Late Latin pinnaculum "peak, pinnacle, gable," diminutive of Latin pinna "peak, point," (see pin (n.1)). Figurative use is attested from c.1400.
a little wing, (Matt. 4:5; Luke 4:9). On the southern side of the temple court was a range of porches or cloisters forming three arcades. At the south-eastern corner the roof of this cloister was some 300 feet above the Kidron valley. The pinnacle, some parapet or wing-like projection, was above this roof, and hence at a great height, probably 350 feet or more above the valley.