How to use Apotheosis in a sentence as a noun

Windows 2000, believe it or not, was a kind of apotheosis of desktop programming.

I think a strong argument can be made that he is the apotheosis of the computer hacker -- working for a furniture company in Upstate NY?

To use one was a kind of revelation into the the apotheosis of keyboard use.

" posts, but I don't come here to gossip about how people think they've got a "permanent apotheosis" or whatever.

I think the apotheosis of Elon Musk is getting out of hand a wee bit.

Monopoly is the apotheosis of capitalist desire, competition is merely the measuring stick.

Pike comes out of a tradition, and his work is in some way the apotheosis of that tradition.

This post, which hints at something interesting while actually doing no difficult work at all, is the apotheosis of the tl;dr mindset.

They could practice the apotheosis of ethical journalism, but as long as the conflicts of interests are not visibly resolved to the public's satisfaction, they're going to elicit such reactions.

Apotheosis definitions

noun

model of excellence or perfection of a kind; one having no equal

See also: ideal paragon nonpareil saint nonesuch nonsuch

noun

the elevation of a person (as to the status of a god)

See also: deification exaltation