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noun as in quality of being high

noun as in term of respect, usually to royalty

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The brand’s higher-end lines, including Highness and La Rose, top out at $200 per set of two.

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Her Highness, Queen Bey, dropped two new songs Friday morning.

Her Serene Highness also appears to have taken solace in extensive surgical alterations to her body over the past three years.

Her Royal Highness will no longer accompany The Duke of Cambridge on their planned engagement in Oxford today.

In comparison, The Quest is an over the top confection, with about as much genuine genre integrity as Your Highness.

Each country plans its own celebration to receive and honor her royal highness (well, her representative baton, at least).

Mrs. Charmington hastened to spread the report that his Royal Highness was seriously smitten.

May it please your Transparent Highness, I've found out how the needles get into the haystacks.

Doubtless I should have been entrusted with letters for your highness were not the city in some confusion owing to the fighting.

You are found in the library engaged in a bold flirtation with her Highness's son, Prince Boris.

His Highness is about thirty-six years of age, short, thick set, wearing a slight moustache and his hair cropped very close.


On this page you'll find 21 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to highness, such as: height, length, loftiness, and tallness.

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