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Adjective
Significant in elevation
“The view from the summit of the high mountain was spectacular.”
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In the sky or in the air
“Catching the high ball is a very useful skill for the full back and wings in the game of rugby.”
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Great in rank or status
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“He was promoted to a high position in government and set about pushing for the policies he advocated to be enacted.”
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Great in importance or urgency
“This matter is of a high priority and requires your immediate attention.”
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Morally or ethically superior
“Despite pressure from his detractors, he remained committed to his high principles.”
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Great, or greater than normal, in quantity or size
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“He began to consume high amounts of carbohydrates in preparation for his upcoming marathon.”
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Great, or greater than normal, in price
“The price of bananas is high right now due to a reduction in supply.”
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Superior in quality or caliber
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“Our latest product will have to be of a high standard before we release it to the public.”
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Great, or greater than normal, in intensity
“We are expecting heavy rain and high winds tomorrow afternoon.”
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Given or conducive to self-indulgence
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“He won the lottery and lived the high life thereafter.”
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Very favorable
“His outstanding performance drew high praise from everyone.”
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(of a sound or note) Having a frequency at the upper end of the auditory range
“Michael underwent nose surgery so he could sing high notes.”
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A state of elation
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“His spirits were high after he secured his dream job.”
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(technology, electronics) Advanced in development
“The city aims to diversify the region's economy away from heavy industry into high technology.”
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(of one's attitude or comportment) Lofty, to the point of being arrogant
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“His constant high tone of voice was an irritation to those who knew him.”
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Feeling euphoric, typically from the effects of narcotics
“I was going to clean my room until I got high.”
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Feeling euphoric, typically from the effects of alcohol
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“And if it wasn't smack, then they were sure to be getting high on booze.”
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(of food, meat) Strong-smelling, slightly spoiled and beginning to decompose
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“Epicures prefer to have game cooked only once it is high.”
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Noble and generous in spirit
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Of great excellence, grandeur or beauty
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(neutral or positive) Of a high or the highest degree or intensity
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Dangerously high or steep
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Full of fervor
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Giving strength, energy and vitality
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In the measurement of height
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Playful and full of energy
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Too long
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Curved
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Highly stimulating to the senses
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Characterized by or displaying a frenetic excitement or energy
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Showing wild, apparently deranged, excitement and energy
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Related to, belonging to, carried out, or exercised by a king or queen or a member of their family
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Confident or self-assured
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(archaic, of a person) Having the characteristics attributed to noble birth
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A high point or position
“Fuel taxes were at an all-time high and the citizens were furious.”
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A point of success or achievement
“Winning the gold medal at the Olympics was the high of his sporting career.”
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(a high) A period of euphoria
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“Billy experienced a high when Monique agreed to go on a date with him.”
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The upper atmosphere surrounding the earth (the sky)
“A stork appeared on high, perhaps a sign of good things to come.”
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A sudden feeling of excitement and pleasure
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A person's best performance at a task to date
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A line drawn on a map or chart connecting places of equal or constant pressure
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An increase in value, amount or degree
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At an elevated position
“We spotted an eagle soaring high above the forest's canopy.”
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Indicative, or showing signs, of wealth or luxury