Reach the top of (something such as a hill or wave)
she crested a hill and saw the valley spread out before her
(of a river) Rise to its highest level
the river was expected to crest at eight feet above flood stage
(of a wave) Form a curling foamy top
Have attached or affixed at the top
his helmet was crested with a fan of spikes
A comb or tuft of feathers, fur, or skin on the head of a bird or other animal
A thing resembling such a tuft, esp. a plume of feathers on a helmet
The top of something, esp. a mountain or hill
she reached the crest of the hill
The curling foamy top of a wave
A ridge along the surface of a bone
The upper line of the neck of a horse or other mammal
A distinctive device borne above the shield of a coat of arms (originally as worn on a helmet), or separately reproduced, for example on writing paper or silverware, to represent a family or corporate body
the top line of a hill, mountain, or wave
cap: lie at the top of; "Snow capped the mountains"
peak: the top or extreme point of something (usually a mountain or hill); "the view from the peak was magnificent"; "they clambered to the tip of Monadnock"; "the region is a few molecules wide at the summit"
reach a high point; "The river crested last night"
crown: the center of a cambered road
(heraldry) in medieval times, an emblem used to decorate a helmet
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(CRESTED) Cockscomb-like growth of leaves, stems or flowers. Other name -- cristate.
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(Crested) A growth of feathers radiating from a central point on the head. One of two partners in a breeding pair.
(Crested) Having an elevated ridge or appendage like the crest of a helmet.
(Crested) Used to describe a Scottish tappit hen with a knop on the lid.
(crested) with a terminal ridge or tuft.
(Cresting) A decorative upright moulding on the top of a conservatory which also helps to stop the birds from sitting on the roof.
(Cresting) Coloured bands applied to the arrow shaft used as identifying marks.
(Cresting) The top line or surface of a structure.
(cresting) A decorative rail, or a row of finials, or another feature at the top of a building, often along the ridge of the roof.
(Cresting) A decorative top border, frequently perforated cast iron, on a roof or wall
(Cresting) A horizontal ornamental element at the top of a parapet or roof ridge, usually made of metal or occasionally of terra cotta
(Cresting) Carved ornament on top of furniture, i.e. a mirror frame or the top-rail of a chair, headboard or footboard of a bed or along the back-rail of a day-bed.