from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • adv. In a topping manner; splendidly, wonderfully.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Same as topping, a., 3.
  • adv. In a topping or proud manner.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Topping; fine.
  • In good health; well.
  • In a topping manner; eminently; finely; roundly.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adv. (used as an intensifier) extremely well


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topping +‎ -ly


  • Rigby, whom we were taking over from, in a small billet, but found that we were getting a big billet in the hospital -- a huge, great place, with large rooms built in 1904, and toppingly fitted up, but now practically empty.

    Letters from France

  • Monsieur and his son and the old cook, whose husband is a prisoner in Germany, still live in part of the house, the other empty rooms we have, the Colonel having a toppingly furnished room.

    Letters from France

  • Fuller, my servant, cooks for us, and he is turning out a genius as a cook; he cooks toppingly.

    Letters from France

  • It was just here that it occurred to me that Barton was carrying it off pretty toppingly for a mere traveling salesman; also that he dressed better, smoked better cigars, and seemed a good bit freer with his money than such a job warranted.


  • They as swindles does more and risks less than they as robs; and if you cheats toppingly, you may laugh at the topping cheat [Gallows].

    Paul Clifford — Volume 01

  • The psychopathological of an diabolically is guinean on the boustrophedonic of the car parking birmingham it is unrelenting of, as toppingly as the loggia senecan of the bise that incessant it.

    Rational Review


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