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OTHER WORDS FROM peakedpeak·ed·ly, adverbpeak·ed·ness, noun
How to use peaked in a sentence
All-weather carpets pave the floor, flowers brighten the table, and an illuminated glass globe dangles from the peaked roof.
Retailers were hammered by the scheme because checks and balances were scant in 2012, when the eBay grifting peaked.The Insane $11 Billion Scam at Retailers’ Return Desks|M.L. Nestel|December 19, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Median household income peaked in America in 1999, under Bill Clinton, at $56,080.
The number of registered lobbyists peaked in 2007 at 14,838.
In point of fact, the mass vilification of the league, which peaked a month ago, burned out as quickly as it ignited.
His biggest single so far, the Pitbull collaboration “Mmm Yeah,” peaked at No. 49 on the Hot 100.What Is an ‘Austin Mahone’ and Is It Really Contagious?|Amy Zimmerman|May 28, 2014|DAILY BEAST
She wore soiled Burberry, high-legged tan boots, and a peaked cap of distinctly military appearance.
From this island a considerable shoal extends to the westward for six miles towards a peaked hill on the extremity of a point.
Grey granite of several varieties; from a peaked hill under Mount Cook and its vicinity.
George jerked his peaked cap from his head, revealing a tangle of unkempt red hair.
His head was tilted a little, showing the prone arch of the peaked nose; the jaw was bound with a handkerchief.The Creators|May Sinclair