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rings, Boundaries, Peripheries, outlines, borders, edges, fringes, rims, curbs, coasts, fences, precipices, brims, frontiers limits, margins, perimeters, sides.
die, Spears, Drills, Needles, Punctures, sticks, spurs, skewers, spikes, points, bits, arrows, lances, bores, augers, gouges, punches, blades, penetrators, perforators, pokers, spits, thorns.
amends, sweepstakes, wages, Bonuses, Bounties, Carrots, Grants, Incentives, Plums, Remunerations, Rewards, Sweeteners, allowances, compensations, considerations, lures, gifts, payments, allotments, stipends, awards, enticements, gratuities, honoraria, inducements, prizes, temptations, treats, tributes.
tops, Apexes, Extremities, Crowns, caps, climaxes, crests, limits, peaks, maximums, zeniths, brows, highest points, pinnacles, summits, topmost points, uppermost points.
Gives, honors, compensates, entices, induces, remunerates, pays, tempts, sweetens.
Examples of usage:
  1. The tips of her fingers rested against it, and she looked up at Oscar with a glance so winning and so confiding that he no longer felt any doubt about her or about himself. – Yellow-Cap and Other Fairy-Stories For Children by Julian Hawthorne
  2. I did not dare to look at her, but I raised her hand and held the tips of her fingers against my lips, and I promised, but I would have promised anything at that moment. – Captain Macklin by Richard Harding Davis
  3. Gentleman to the tips of his fingers; a soldier above all. – In the Day of Adversity by John Bloundelle-Burton
  4. Colbert colored to the tips of his ears. – Louise de la Valliere by Alexandre Dumas, Pere
  5. And, presently, who should come stealing along on the tips of her pink toes- so as to make no noise at all- but the Princess herself, fresh as the morning in a white muslin frock with a silver ribbon round her darling waist, and a bunch of jasmine at her neck. – Oswald Bastable and Others by Edith Nesbit