He claims to be from a 'high up' Southern family, but has been a plainsman since 1851.
And here, so high up on the shoulder of the valley, she felt there was at least air to breathe.
High up in the air were two other bars for the things to finish dripping on.
High up in one corner, festooned with cobwebs, are a couple of shelves.
But, alas, the nursery lock was too high up for him to get a good hold of it.
You 'll one day win your grade,—high up; yes, you must do so.
It was good to be high up above the stale odours of the streets.
And high up in the heavens was a sight I had never seen before.
She lifted him high up and looked at him through the moonlight.
There was a tiny window in the cell, high up over the couch.