top-level

[top-lev-uh l]
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Contemporary Examples of top-level

Historical Examples of top-level

  • Most of the population of top-level Litchfield was in the crowd on the dock.

    Graveyard of Dreams

    Henry Beam Piper

  • The top-level brains of the armed forces were struggling with it.

    Space Tug

    Murray Leinster

  • We tell it to top-level officials only, after they realize that something they don't know anything about has really taken place.

    The Invaders

    William Fitzgerald Jenkins

  • The changing of these images of ourselves and of others is not a responsibility that belongs only to our top-level church leaders.

    Herein is Love

    Reuel L. Howe

  • I would have liked to have Quillan here to fill us in with data about some of the top-level crooks in the Hub.

    Legacy

    James H Schmitz


British Dictionary definitions for top-level

top-level

noun
  1. (modifier) of, involving, or by those on the highest level of influence or authoritytop-level talks
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