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crest in Outdoor topic

crestcrest2 verb  [transitive]DLOTOP formal to reach the top of a hill or mountain They crested a wooded hill shortly before sunset.→ See Verb table
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crestCover and allow to rise until the dough has doubled in size or is cresting over the bread pans.This rising wave of Euro-skepticism has yet to crest.By afternoon, we had crested another ridge.The Colorado River crested at 7 feet above flood stage.The river is expected now to crest at 8.5 feet in Hillsboro tonight, the weather service reported.Officials now expect it to crest Friday at 17.5 feet.The Goose River at Hillsboro was expected to crest late today.Oslo likely will crest Monday near 31.5 feet.Here are other points of interest: The river at Halstad is expected to crest near 30 feet Saturday.