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apotheosis

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishapotheosisa‧poth‧e‧o‧sis /əˌpɒθiˈəʊsɪs $ əˌpɑːθiˈoʊsɪs, ˌæpəˈθiːəsɪs/ noun [singular] formal 🔊 🔊 1 BESTthe best and most perfect example of somethingapotheosis of 🔊 the apotheosis of romantic art2 HIGH POSITION OR RANKthe best or highest point in someone’s life or job syn apexapotheosis of 🔊 the apotheosis of his career
Examples from the Corpus
apotheosisThe human capital concept is not new, even though it reached its apotheosis in the 1960s.Successive Democratic presidents built on that idea until it reached its apotheosis under Carter and finally lost public support.The bust, bosom or cleavage was for the Fifties the apotheosis of erogenous zones.Wild Rice and Onion Bread is the apotheosis of the onion bagel.His story is the apotheosis of the Victorian servant.There was the Worm, apotheosis of the suburban man for whom Gubbins wrote.
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