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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishacmeac‧me /ˈækmi/ noun   the acme of something
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acmeCapitalism specialises in producing useless things, but cigarettes really are the absolute acme of uselessness.Silence of this quality is the acme of chatter.As a raconteur and conversationalist, scattering indiscretions and gossip with gay abandon, he was the acme of unconventionality.These rifts, and the increasingly separate position taken in Nottinghamshire, reached their acme in 1926.
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