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high spot

noun as in centerpiece

noun as in heyday

noun as in highlight

Strongest matches

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Yet there was also Henry V's victory at the Battle of Agincourt in 1415, perhaps the dynasty's high spot.

A high spot had been chosen, on the edge of woodland shade, looking out over a wide distance of plain and far-off ranges.

Mr. Chaplin, the reading of the letter in 'Shoulder Arms' was the high spot of the picture.

Then I climbed up on the high spot I'd spoken from earlier and called for everyone's attention.

There was a high-spot on a pile of boxes of salt-rations that I could stand on and be seen from anywhere in the market.

When they were at a high spot, they heard a stage coming and they forced Mr. Weston to hide with them around a curve.


On this page you'll find 76 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to high spot, such as: climax, focal point, heart, hub, keynote, and nucleus.

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