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Definition of Acme

  • The top or highest point; the culmination.
  • The crisis or height of a disease.
  • Mature age; full bloom of life.
  • the highest point (of something)
  • the highest level or degree attainable; the highest stage of development

How to use acme in a sentence. Acme pronunciation.

Every soul who believed in Jesus Christ became revivified and resuscitated through this spirit, attained to the zenith of eternal glory, realized the life everlasting, experienced the second birth and rose to the acme of good fortune.
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To Mrs. Boyd the movies was the acme of dissipation.
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As I have indicated in the first part of the chapter, parental affection is an acquired emotion which has reached its acme in the civilized human being; yet the germs of this highly developed psychical manifestation are to be observed in creatures low in the scale of animal life.
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Of all fruitless errands this seemed to me to be the acme.
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The prophet, indeed, designates the misery which was inflicted by those enemies upon the Covenant-people only according to its acme, viz., the siege and capture of the city; but he, nevertheless, views it in, and understands it of, its whole extent, and from its first beginnings.
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It is obvious how the metamorphosis of the gift and the meal into a bloody atonement advances and reaches its acme in this last sacrificial act.
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They are indeed their tribe fellows, but it is not because he belongs to Levi that Aaron is chosen, and his priesthood cannot be said to be the acme and flower of the general vocation of his tribe.
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Isaiah was the first who placed Jerusalem in the centre of his field of vision and turned away from Israel; for at the time of his first public appearance war was raging between the sister nations, and when his activity was at its acme all was over with the northern kingdom and all hope had to cling to the remnant,- the fallen tabernacle of David.
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That externalisation towards which the prophetical movement, in order to become practical, had already been tending in Deuteronomy finally achieved its acme in the legislation of Ezra; a new artificial Israel was the result; but, after all, the old would have pleased an Amos better.
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Judas was now at the acme of his prosperity; about this time he concluded his (profitless) treaty with the Romans.
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It is the acme of reality and this world which we mistakenly regard as the only verity, is but an evanescent replica of that Region.
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But these societies had been more successful in pulling down than in building up, and blinded with excess of zeal were hurrying us onward to a goal which might or might not be the acme of sanitative dress, but was certainly the zero of artistic excellence.
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I believe that what we need in our universities, what we need in the Jewish community, is more insistence upon Judaism and more light upon the inspiration which Judaism can bring us, and less insistence upon the particular kind of Judaism which you or I or some one else may consider the acme of truth.
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The High Tide of Liberalism_ WITH Jewish emancipation in England Liberalism reached its acme about 1860.
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In a pause of the conversation (which, entirely banal and fragmentary, had seemed to reach the acme of agreeableness), Chirac put his hand on the hand of Sophia as it rested limp on the littered table.
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Hers was the acme of niceness and respectability.
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Again, on the other hand, many obvious improbabilities will be endured, as belonging to the groundwork of the story rather than to the drama itself, in the first scenes, which would disturb or disentrance us from all illusion in the acme of our excitement; as for instance, Lear’s division of his kingdom, and the banishment of Cordelia.
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The acme of the avenging conscience.
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We have seen, in the second book, how the Carthaginians were involved in wars with Syracuse, when that city had reached the acme of its power under Dionysius.
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I learn incidentally that the acme of all heroism is the cornetcy of a dragoon regiment.
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Examples of Acme

Example #1
In the Word of God there is still another unity, the oneness of the Manifestations of God, His Holiness Abraham, Moses, Jesus Christ, Muḥammad, the Báb and Bahá’u’lláh.
Example #2
His Holiness Jesus Christ—may my life be a sacrifice to Him!—promulgated this unity among mankind.
Example #3
She would, if warned in advance, spend the entire day with her hair in curlers, and once there she feasted her starved romantic soul to repletion.
Example #4
It was Willy Cameron's night off, and they went, the three of them, to the movies that evening.
Example #5
As _psychos_ develops, we observe that this emotion becomes purer and more refined, until, in some of the higher animals, such as the monkey and the dog, it can hardly be distinguished from the parental affection of certain savages, who leave their children to shift for themselves as soon as they are "tall enough to look into the pot"; or, until, as Reclus declares of Apache babies, "they can pluck certain fruit by themselves, and have caught a rat by their own unaided efforts.
Example #6
He got down into the gully and extricated the little creature, much to the delight of its loving mother, which testified her joy and thankfulness by many a grateful and heartfelt whinny.