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all- in sports, representing the best. [1/4 definitions]
all-American pertaining to an individual or group of players selected as the best in the United States in any particular sport. [2/5 definitions]
beat the tar out of to outdo or best by a wide margin, as in an athletic contest. [1/2 definitions]
best-case scenario the best possible way that things could proceed from a particular point on.
bib and tucker (informal) clothing, esp. one's best garment or outfit.
blue-ribbon representing or being the best of a kind or type.
Charles Dickens popular and acclaimed English novelist, best known for the novels Oliver Twist, David Copperfield, and A Christmas Carol (b.1812--d.1870).
classic serving as the best of its type. [1/8 definitions]
cream the best part. [2/14 definitions]
cream of the crop the best one.
crème de la crème cream of the cream (French); the very best.
deacon to falsely represent (something), as by displaying (produce) with only the best items showing. [1/3 definitions]
disjunctive in grammar, of or denoting a word or phrase that is not syntactically part of the sentence in which it occurs, as "in my opinion" in "He is, in my opinion, the best baseball player ever". [1/5 definitions]
earless seal any of a family of seals with inconspicuous ears, short front flippers, and rudimentary hind flippers that are best adapted for swimming.
elite (usu. used with a pl. verb) the best, taken collectively. [2/4 definitions]
end (informal, old-fashioned) the very best or worst (prec. by "the"). [1/18 definitions]
expedient a means used in an emergency, and not necessarily the best one that could be used; contrivance. [1/4 definitions]
fat the best or richest part of something. [1/10 definitions]
fiduciary a person who is legally entrusted with the assets or powers of another, to be used in the other's best interest; trustee; agent. [1/3 definitions]
final (often pl.) the last sports contest in a series, usu. matching the two best teams or players. [1/6 definitions]
fine-tune to manipulate the controls on (a receiver) in order to get the best reception available. [1/2 definitions]