high[ hahy ]SEE DEFINITION OF high
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HIGH
One need not look so high as the old-fashioned stuccoed ceiling.
"I told him high altitudes and high livin' would do any man—" Again he was silent.
Robert flushed with gratification at the high compliment conveyed in these words.
"And you're getting it so high it's top-heavy," cautioned Mrs. Drelmer.
Your observations have interested me deeply; they shall have my most high attention.
High above the roadside he had engraved an account of his glorious deeds.
She was also afflicted with a high color, and a chronic eruption of diamonds.
I have known Harriet for many years, and I hold her in my high esteem.
As the nation develops, it must produce men of high culture.
The thin examiner held the high office of deacon of the church.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR HIGH
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- drunk as a skunk
- feeling no pain
- half-seas over
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- in one's cups
- liquored up
- seeing double
- three sheets to the wind
- under the influence
- under the table