high

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  • For most of its history, the school operated as a four year high school.
  • The highest place was assigned to him, both in church and at table.
  • Each wall of the hall inside is nearly long and high.
  • Twelve months later, it was operating as a four-year high school.
  • For two days he rode over a high table-land, deep in snow. Cited from Recollections of Geoffrey Hamlyn by Henry Kingsley
  • They taught a few thousand young people from elementary school to high school.
  • Within the university's administrative structure, the highest body is the university court.
  • An independent central bank will score higher in the review than one that is not independent.
  • There is currently no national tournament to determine a national high school champion.
  • The school district has five elementary schools, two middle schools and one high school.
  • The number of Americans at work has reached an all-time high. Cited from Complete State of the Union Addresses
  • The young ladies formed an all-girls high school in the old Academy building.
  • By the time the band got to Japan the problems were at an all time high.
  • However that decision must be approved by the next higher level of the local party committee.
  • The real estate value is at an all time high.
  • The all-time high score for the game is displayed in the lower right.
  • At the time, this was the highest price ever paid for a modern painting.
  • He held the idea that pleasure is the highest good.
  • The Big Island has the third-highest point among the world's islands.
  • Playing numbers were also at an all time high.
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Meaning of high

  • noun A lofty level or position or degree
    summer temperatures reached an all-time high
  • noun An air mass of higher than normal pressure
    the east coast benefits from a Bermuda high
  • noun A state of sustained elation
    I'm on a permanent high these days
  • noun A state of altered consciousness induced by alcohol or narcotics
    they took drugs to get a high on
  • noun A high place
    they stood on high and observed the countryside, he doesn't like heights
  • adjective Greater than normal in degree or intensity or amount
    a high temperature, a high price, the high point of his career, high risks, has high hopes, the river is high, he has a high opinion of himself
  • adjective (literal meaning) being at or having a relatively great or specific elevation or upward extension (sometimes used in combinations like `knee-high')
    a high mountain, high ceilings, high buildings, a high forehead, a high incline, a foot high
  • adjective Used of sounds and voices; high in pitch or frequency
  • adverb At a great altitude
    he climbed high on the ladder
  • adverb In or to a high position, amount, or degree
    prices have gone up far too high
  • adverb In a rich manner
    he lives high
  • adverb Far up toward the source
    he lives high up the river