1. somewhat ill or prone to illness;
2. having or rising to a peak;
His career peaked during the 1970's.
The crisis peaked in July 1974.
Day by day the disappointed lover peaked and pined.
Toy sales peaked just before Christmas and are now decreasing.
He took his peaked cap from under his arm with a flourish and pulled it low over his eyes.
Temperatures have peaked at over thirty degrees Celsius.
She pursed her pretty lips and peaked her eyebrows.
The diners too, the most prosperous of Londoners, had a peaked and shabby look.
Then the ratio began to increase gradually and peaked at ( 2.87±0.35 ) %.
Sales have now peaked and we expect them to decrease soon.
The little business Parker had started soon peaked out.
Mass participation was a sign that the market had peaked.
Despite this, the feeling by many that he has peaked is nonsense.
Drag onto the page, then right - click to show peaked roof or sump.
Gross retail sales peaked at $ 3.1 billion in 1995 - 96.
There is relatively little information about peaked, maybe you can watch a bilingual story to relax your mood, I wish you a happy day!
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