- n the highest level or degree attainable; the highest stage of development
- n the extreme top or summit
- s of the highest quality
an athlete in tiptop condition
- In Keokuk, Iowa, after Service Station Attendant Dewayne Gray, 22, serviced a customer's car, getting it in tiptop shape, he grabbed $229 from the cash register, climbed into the .
- We have little really tiptop theology today, and this is tiptop.
- To fill the spot, President Truman last week made a happy choice: a calm, commonsensical, tiptop soldier, General Omar Nelson Bradley.
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- Keeping old cars young
Farmers and commercial vehicle owners know it is important to keep your high mileage vehicles in tiptop shape, to prevent costly breakdowns. Barry Webster, owner of Webster’s Auto Service in Marion, said the easiest way to make vehicles last, even after 100,000 miles is by doing regular maintenance.
Sept. 11, 2013 - Hillsboro Star-Journal
- Eddie Sutton in International Herald Tribune
I lost my voice,Sutton said, sipping a cup of hot water Thursday outside modest 5,300-seat Memorial Gym. "My voice is not in tiptop condition. That's what happens when you haven't coached in two years. My team's as out of shape as my voice...
- Shawn Hill in International Herald Tribune
I'll be able to start,Hill said. "I don't expect to be 100 percent. I don't expect it to disappear and all of a sudden feel in tiptop shape, but I'll be able to go back and throw and hopefully grind it out."
- Scott McDonald in International Herald Tribune
The Australian staff have been fantastic. We had the doctor fly all the way over to London so he could fly back with us and make sure we were in tiptop shape,McDonald said. "We've got someone flying over with us tonight as well so...