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crowning

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcrowningcrown‧ing /ˈkraʊnɪŋ/ adjective [always before noun] 🔊 🔊 IMPORTANTused to describe something that makes something complete or perfect, or is the best feature of something 🔊 The hotel’s crowning glory was a stunning roof garden. 🔊 his crowning achievement
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crowningRoth's crowning achievement was the editorship of the Encyclopaedia Judaica, which he held from 1965.Then comes the crowning glory of Frank's act, as he peels off his raincoat to reveal a smart suit underneath.But the crowning glory of the book is Richard's unspeakable wife, Cordelia.But, the crowning glory of the building is the new conference suite which the architects created on the existing flat roof.This is the crowning glory of Van Gogh's maize and corn fields.crowning gloryThe crowning glory is the immense terminal.Then comes the crowning glory of Frank's act, as he peels off his raincoat to reveal a smart suit underneath.But the crowning glory of the book is Richard's unspeakable wife, Cordelia.But, the crowning glory of the building is the new conference suite which the architects created on the existing flat roof.This is the crowning glory of Van Gogh's maize and corn fields.
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