from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. One who is at the highest level of authority.

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  • n. A boat shoe


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  • They succeeded only at the first of these goals; the red-hots, a campaign topsider gloated, were white-hot now.

    Rocky Road To Houston

  • "It was a conspiracy of the old barons trying to reassert their power," said one administration topsider.

    The People Vs. The Plotters

  • A brown topsider was floating in the toilet and a pair of khaki-clad legs was about to disappear through the window when Tess caught her intruder by his sodden ankles.

    Butchers Hill

  • She watched him go, his right topsider still squishing a bit.

    Butchers Hill

  • Tess gestured to his soggy topsider, dark with water, drying in a patch of sun on the windowsill.

    Butchers Hill

  • The topsider probably communicated with them by radio, except possibly near the end because of the danger that radio waves might set off the explosive detonators.

    The Black Echo

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  • F. Malek Lots of Maalox moments in the White House for this Bush topsider.

    Behind-The-Scenes Edition


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