acme /ˈakmi/


I. noun [in sing.]

1. the point at which something is at its best or most highly developed

physics is the acme of scientific knowledge.
– origin late 16th cent.: from Greek akmē ‘highest point’. Until the 18th cent. it was often consciously used as a Greek word and written in Greek letters.

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