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He was a hugely popular writer, but he cultivated a lot of famous friends, traveled a lot, and lived the high life.

When it comes to style, art, the high-life, and summer homes, the American elite looks to Europe.

They are both posh, pretty, gamine English girls blessed with serious eyebrows and a taste for the high life.

She was ambitious and restless and sought out the high life and the limelight.

However, even that may come to pass in the struggle for "el high life," of which some of the Spanish writers complain so bitterly.

If they do so now it is an instance of the race for "el high life," of which the writer quoted above complains.

There were many in high life whose names and addresses she had obtained from the Red-book; but to them she dared not apply.

Idleness is the vice of high life, and discontent its punishment.

Having mentioned conditions in England, I will give a glimpse of London "high life" two years before the war.


On this page you'll find 126 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to high life, such as: aristocracy, beau monde, beautiful people, cream of society, crème de la crème, and cultured class.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.