See also: Topper
topper (plural toppers)
- Something that is on top.
2009 January 26, Cameron Adams, “Sniffer dogs have their Big Day Out”, in Herald Sun:
- UK act the Prodigy will headline the Boiler Room, with chart toppers the Ting Tings playing at 2.15pm on the green stage.
- A top hat.
- Something for cutting off the top of something.
2007 October 14, Amanda Hesser, “2000: Le Bernardin’s Croque-Monsieur”, in New York Times:
- The only problem is that the best egg toppers, which are different from egg cutters, are an investment — the Inox professional egg topper is $55 at surlatable.com .
- Something that exceeds those previous in a series, as a joke or prank.
- A single-handed dinghy, 11 foot (3.6 metres) in length, with only one sail.
- Head, chief.
- (dated, slang) A fine or remarkable thing or person.
- One who tops steel ingots.
- A three-square float, or file, used by comb-makers.
- (India) The student who achieves the highest score in an examination.
- (dated, slang) Tobacco left in the bottom of a pipe bowl; so called from being often taken out and placed on top of the newly filled bowl.
- A small secondary comic strip seen along with a larger Sunday strip, and usually by the same author.