high spiritsSEE DEFINITION OF high spirits
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HIGH SPIRITS
He was in high spirits that first day of Sidney's operating-room experience.
The name seemed to fall like a wet blanket on the high spirits of the crowd.
But rolling to the feast on the top of the omnibus the Professor lost his high spirits.
The scamps were in high spirits, seeming much pleased with their haul.
We rode away westward in the full sunshine that morning, in high spirits.
Nelson, having bought his pony, came home with it in high spirits.
So, my dear, the enterprise requires courage and high spirits, you see!
And Lumley threw himself back in his carriage in high spirits.
When at last they quitted the bedroom they seemed in high spirits.
Miss Dawes, who had been in high spirits, now took a moment for reflection.