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But high-ranking Democrats collectively need to perform the following exercise.

That meant he was high-ranking al Qaeda, U.S. authorities said, because only they can keep their passports.

Over the weekend, a high-ranking Liberian physician and health official, Dr. Samuel Brisbane, died of the disease.

“Iranian officials have been told not to comment, or else,” said a wary former high-ranking Iranian diplomat to IranWire.

Blackhawk helicopters delivering high-ranking officials offered the only noise.

It was safe enough for a high-ranking labman to gripe about Security—in fact, it was more or less expected.

Stan had an audience composed of generals and other high-ranking officials for the next fifteen minutes.

He used to cut up anybody that was high ranking, he used to cut up and make himself come out top dog.

Thane felt sure that Candar would stay to confront the high-ranking captives and to gloat over them.

A moment or two later the flight lieutenant ushered them into the presence of the high ranking Air Force official.


On this page you'll find 31 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to high-ranking, such as: eminent, highest-ranking, astral, august, dignified, and elevated.

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