tiptop

[n. tip-top; adj. tip-top, -top; adv. tip-top]
noun
1.
the extreme top or summit.
2.
Informal. the highest point or degree: the very tiptop of physical condition.
3.
Chiefly British Informal. the highest social class.
adjective
4.
situated at the very top.
5.
Informal. of the highest quality; excellent: a tiptop meal.
adverb
6.
in a tiptop manner; very well: It's shaping up tiptop.

Origin:
1695–1705; gradational compound; see tip1, top1

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tiptop (ˌtɪpˈtɒp)
 
adj, —adv
1.  at the highest point of health, excellence, etc
2.  at the topmost point
 
n
3.  the best in quality
4.  the topmost point

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Example sentences
Keeping fashionable clothes in tiptop shape is a nuisance.
The riding mowers, weed eaters, chainsaws and anything else you need is available and in tiptop shape.
We have four second hand wagons in tiptop condition.
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