Archest [adjective]

Definition of Archest:

principal, superior

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Sentence/Example of Archest:

There will be a big blue arch visible from hundreds of yards away to mark the area where online orders can be retrieved.

People swear that all-you-can-eat buffets could be found at Taco Bell, KFC, and even under the golden arches of McDonald’s.

If at any point your lower back arches and comes up off the floor, bring your legs and arms back toward the starting position, decreasing the difficulty to the point where you can maintain good form.

High above them, on top of an enormous rock arch, sits an inaccessible house.

There have been two crashes in excess of 65% for the golden arches in that time.

The way was under a double row of tall trees, which met at the top and formed a green arch over our heads.

He thought a little longer, and as he did so, a vision of his arch enemy rose before him.

A golden eagle, the armorial ensign of the Ripperda family, crested the centre arch.

Bonaparte made his public entry into Milan under a triumphal arch.

The girl, without saying a word, takes her by the cold hand, and leads her quickly down to the arch that opens on the hall.