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used in Rose Red

2 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."
  • It seems as if nearly every building in this eastern part of the city is on scaffolding of some kind, and intermixed, these "pinnacles" rising over five stories into the gray, dreary sky.
    3 — 1908 (92% in)
  • Those families that have brought legal suit against the city have not been required to lower their homes, leaving some lots and the houses atop them isolated on forty— or fifty-foot "pinnacles," earthen towers rising from the new street level (muddy as it is).
    3 — 1908 (91% in)

There are no more uses of "pinnacle" in Rose Red.

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