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  • adj. Belonging to the top tier: elite, prestigious.
  • n. Top level, top rank, top standing.
  • n. Elite.


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  • The Kaled-a-in smiled a welcome and swept her trailing sleeves out of the way for him, and he put the tray of her favorite berry tartlets he had brought on the top tier of her table section.

    Elephant in the City

  • Down from the very back of the top tier came his servant, a bag burdening each hand so that he bent double and had to drag them across each of the six-foot-wide steps and down to the next with a crash and a chink.

    The First Man in Rome

  • He sent his first team in from the air—they went in fast, ziplining down drop-ropes suspended from a hovering Super Stallion direct to the top tier of the dry falls, bypassing the paths.

    Seven Deadly Wonders

  • By now there were 190 convicts on board, though a couple had died and Lieutenant Shairp had delegated the top tier of a midline set of platforms forward of the tables as a receiving place for the sick in an attempt to contain whatever was threatening to rage.

    Morgan’s Run


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