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high road

noun as in ethical or easiest course

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Our awesome booking agency, High Road Touring, takes a commission for booking the tour.

Sometimes you must leave the high road and fetch your brass knuckles.

But that is not the case with My Share of the Task, which takes the high road and barely has a bad word for Obama or other rivals.

Instead, you wisely took the high road, reminding the audience of how badly many blacks are doing in comparison to whites.

Olbermann has always been “a stand-up guy,” Letterman proclaimed, who will “take the high road” whenever possible.

In this way they passed beyond the deserted and crumbling village and gained the high-road that led homewards through the forest.

Elegant country houses are situated upon the eminences and along the high road, at short distances from each other.

It is reached by a winding lane turning off the high-road, beside a finger-post and two ugly modern cottages.

Of these the “Dolphin” is the largest, standing at the corner of Dragon Street, where the high-road passes by.

"I shall probably leave here to-morrow," her companion said as they walked back to the high road.


On this page you'll find 3 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to high road, such as: direct route, main road, and no-brainer.

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