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used in Lord of the Flies

3 uses
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the highest point
in various senses, including:
  • the best stage of development — as in "I met her at the pinnacle of her success."
  • a high pointed rock formation or mountain peak — as in "The eagle circled the rocky pinnacle."
  • a pointed tower at the top of a building — as in "With the pinnacle, it is the highest building in the city."
  • There was the neck of land, the ledge skirting the rock, up there were the red pinnacles.
    p. 174.4
pinnacles = high points
  • High above them from the pinnacles came a sudden shout and then an imitation war-cry that was answered by a dozen voices from behind the rock.
    p. 174.9
  • pinnacles = high points
  • Ralph glanced up at the pinnacles, then toward the group of savages.
    p. 177.8
pinnacles = high points
There are no more uses of "pinnacle" in Lord of the Flies.

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