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adjective as in elevated

adjective as in heightened

adjective as in lofty

adjective as in sky-high

noun as in skyscraper

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Example Sentences

The lesson of Victorian London is that modernity isn't built one luxury high-rise at a time.

Luxury high rise apartments hold gluten free restaurants and are surrounded by pay by the week flophouses.

Pyongyang is very high-rise with a lot of incredible lights.

In an unfinished high-rise in the middle of Caracas, a laconic, cynical "doctor" operates on his new patient.

Noonan accounts for everything to do with the coat, from the wool production to its current home in a Canada high-rise.

The teeth, located in the high rise of the mouth, are oriented slightly backwards.

Cliffs of two to three thousand feet high rise right and left, their curves lost in opal-colored mist.

Now there was another deep depression before us; with a correspondingly high rise on the other side.

A graceful tower and spire 236 ft. high rise at the north-west angle.

The party topped a high rise and stopped, spellbound at the scene that spread before them.


On this page you'll find 130 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to high-rise, such as: raised, aerial, high, lifted, tall, and towering.

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