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at your best

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishat your bestat your bestBESTperforming as well or effectively as you are able to πŸ”Š At her best, she’s a really stylish player. πŸ”Š He was never at his best early in the morning. β†’ best
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at your bestβ€’ At his best, he's one of the most exciting tennis players in the world.β€’ This recording captures Grappelli at his very best.β€’ The answer, in brief, is the method of empirical inquiry, at its best the method of science.β€’ But like Natalie Merchant, Cerbone is at her best when composing character sketches.β€’ The Machine is at its best in primaries, but Daley was taking no chances.β€’ Still, quarterbacks are not at their best when their throwing motion is impeded.β€’ Augusta was not at her best yesterday on a drab, grey day.β€’ The early 1960s showed such policy at its best.β€’ The formal work of the House is often seen at its best in committee.β€’ And if I sometimes see them at their worst, I sometimes see them at their best as well.
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