Capping [verb]

Definition of Capping:

outdo a performance

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Sentence/Example of Capping:

The most conspicuous feature of our field of vision is the white foam capping the waves.

They alone had had the capping triumph of crossing the earth-works and effecting the hand-to-hand dislodgment of the enemy.

I have always thought a woman needs a dark capping of hair, whatever her complexion, to emphasize her beauty.

He laughed again to tears; but Mr. Green soberly resolved that he would eschew the capping talk of travel.

Put the cap on the can and apply the hot capping steel covered with the solder.

Capping this gain came a series of short, sharp plunges, till the distance to Grant's goal was halved.

He thrilled to the magic of that apt capping of his thought.

It is an intellectual ordeal by battle, a capping of intellects.

So they played the game of Capping Families, a round of which is always played when love would unite two members of our race.

Then he told the story of the finding of the dead men, capping it with an account of the chance visit of Jean Ba'tiste.