- v to reach the highest point; attain maximum intensity, activity
That wild, speculative spirit peaked in 1929
- s somewhat ill or prone to illness
you look a little peaked
- s having or rising to a peak
the peaked ceiling
the island's peaked hills
- This isn't quite the same as saying that oil production has peaked and is about to start declining sharply--the view of the true peakists.
- Sales peaked in 1974; in 1977, after a dispute with banks, the company was placed in bankruptcy and Earth Shoes went the way of quadraphonic Helen Reddy albums -- though the former .
- It peaked in December 2007, and has been declining ever since.