crest : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n the top line of a hill, mountain, or wave
- n the top or extreme point of something (usually a mountain or hill)
- n the center of a cambered road
- n (heraldry) in medieval times, an emblem used to decorate a helmet
- n a showy growth of e.g. feathers or skin on the head of a bird or other animal
- v lie at the top of
- v reach a high point
The river crested last night
- Thanks to his angelic face, killer bod and Justin Timber like dance moves, Rain, 23, has ridden the crest of hallyu, or the Korean wave, the Asia-wide obsession for that country .
- Indeed, the bank's pedigree was so distinguished that it did not have a logo, it had a crest.
- New statistical evidence that the nation's postwar religious revival has crested appeared last week in the 1963 Yearbook of American Churches, published by the National Council of.
- Steve Jobs in Reuters
This thing's going to crest a half a billion, soon,Jobs told the journal adding that it may be a "$1 billion marketplace at some point in time."
- Steve Yzerman in Globe and Mail
I'd love to wear the old crest on the front of our jersey because of all the success it represents,Mr. Yzerman said. "It's very important to the players. They take great pride in wearing it. Everyone's a little disappointed."
- Mitt Romney in INDYchannel.com
When you have that kind of water, obviously the impact on rivers can be pretty severe and the Merrimack River Valley, is expecting -- based on the water that has already been received -- to crest 6 feet above its normal flood levels,Romney...