- adj. Of the highest level
- adj. of the highest quality
- top + notch (Wiktionary)
“This is President Richard Milhouse Nixon with an important message for Broward County Democrats," dubs a topnotch Nixon impersonator.”
“The animation is topnotch which is to be expected of MADHOUSE.”
“This movie has already been attempted by 2 "topnotch" grps:”
“I'm not familiar with the current product but this older one has been topnotch.”
“Thats why recently i upgrade to a Hoyt kobalt which is a new high tech youth bow with topnotch Hoyt performance. i have been hunting with this, i have not killed anythging but are raring to. deer season's almost over so im thinking cyotes, squirrells or something,”
“And that was a topnotch observation about the Barefoot Lord and Panhandlin 'Dave.”
“Finally, The Golden Girls was a really wonderfully written show - the writing staff was topnotch, and I learned much from them.”
“I think you have to understand also that everybody is not academically bound for a topnotch college, and some of the electives prepare our students who are more vocationally oriented, and those are, generally, the electives that get cut first.”
“Where the miniseries relied on brilliant acting and long, spellbinding conversations in banal settings, the feature film relies on a narrative structure that sometimes feels impressionistic—shorter scenes with fluid flashbacks—while putting its own collection of topnotch performers in settings that are quietly spectacular for their visual design and their muted colors.”
“Mr. BUCK: Friends, you know, every experiment station and every successful hog raiser has proved that grain and pasture must be balanced with a complete supplement like Mother's Best 40 Percent for a topnotch results.”
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