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high point

noun as in acme

noun as in centerpiece

noun as in heyday

noun as in highlight

Strongest matches

Strong matches

noun as in peak

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The most recent activity had a high point of 3.6 on the Richter Scale.

And High Point University in North Carolina removed him from its board of advisors.

That philosophy reached its high point in the Wilderness Act, which turns 50 today.

Colin Powell (also: Iraq) is scheduled to deliver the commencement at High Point University.

Former Secretary of State Colin Powell (see: Iraq) is scheduled to speak at High Point University.

In a high point of view, it was simple embezzlement; it was little better than a form of swindling.

By this means he not only kept his senses keyed to a high point, but made his espionage nearer perfect than his friend had done.

Upon arising, she was startled to observe a white flag flying from a high point on the island.

When Redbird and White Bear returned to their wickiup, the crescent moon had reached the high point of its trail across the sky.

On the high point a steel tower thirty-five feet high carries his lookout station above the tree tops.


On this page you'll find 215 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to high point, such as: apogee, capstone, climax, culmination, height, and meridian.

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