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advanced

intoxicated

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way up

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  • way up
  • aloft
  • far up
  • to a great height

peak

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high and low

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on a high

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extending to a great height

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having a rather great upward projection

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long past

exceedingly dignified in form, tone, or style

abnormally increased, especially in intensity

bringing a high price

intensely violent in sustained velocity

stupefied, intoxicated, or otherwise influenced by the taking of drugs

a strong, pleasant feeling of excitement or stimulation

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a lofty level or position or degree

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an air mass of higher than normal pressure

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a state of sustained elation

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a state of altered consciousness induced by alcohol or narcotics

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a high place

a public secondary school usually including grades 9 through 12

a forward gear with a gear ratio that gives the greatest vehicle velocity for a given engine speed

greater than normal in degree or intensity or amount

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(literal meaning) being at or having a relatively great or specific elevation or upward extension (sometimes used in combinations like 'knee-high')

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standing above others in quality or position

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used of sounds and voices

happy and excited and energetic

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(used of the smell of meat) smelling spoiled or tainted

slightly and pleasantly intoxicated from alcohol or a drug (especially marijuana)

at a great altitude

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in a rich manner

References in classic literature ?
From high mountains cast down thy glittering scorn-laughter
Thus, in the midst of the mud and at the heart of the fog, sits the Lord High Chancellor in his High Court of Chancery.
Tangle," says the Lord High Chancellor, latterly something restless under the eloquence of that learned gentleman.
We passed Ramah, and Beroth, and on the right saw the tomb of the prophet Samuel, perched high upon a commanding eminence.
Perched on its eternal hills, white and domed and solid, massed together and hooped with high gray walls, the venerable city gleamed in the sun.
As he passed through the entry to the galleries he met a dejected high school boy walking up and down with tired-looking eyes.
and with a heavy sigh the marshal of the province walked with downcast head to the high table in the middle of the room, his legs staggering in his white trousers.
The knife was quite near to Tarzan's breast now, but it halted for an instant as the high priestess raised her eyes to shoot her swift displeasure at the instigator of this sacrilegious interruption.
And laughter-loving Aphrodite, with face turned away and lovely eyes downcast, crept to the well-spread couch which was already laid with soft coverings for the hero; and upon it lay skins of bears and deep-roaring lions which he himself had slain in the high mountains.
It was in a state of mind superinduced by these conditions that La led forth her jabbering company to retrieve the sacred emblem of her high office and wreak vengeance upon the author of her wrongs.
Nor was his name unheard or unador'd In ancient Greece; and in AUSONIAN land Men call'd him MULCIBER; and how he fell From Heav'n, they fabl'd, thrown by angry JOVE Sheer o're the Chrystal Battlements: from Morn To Noon he fell, from Noon to dewy Eve, A Summers day; and with the setting Sun Dropt from the Zenith like a falling Star, On LEMNOS th' AEGAEAN Ile: thus they relate, Erring; for he with this rebellious rout Fell long before; nor aught avail'd him now To have built in Heav'n high Towrs; nor did he scape By all his Engins, but was headlong sent With his industrious crew to build in hell.
In front of Tuchkov's troops was some high ground not occupied by troops.
In the high regions we found rich store of the splendid red flower called the Alpine rose, but we did not find any examples of the ugly Swiss favorite called Edelweiss.
What could a cow, an inch high, do with grass that waved far above its head?
The eleven-years' maid might have placed a bid for Jerry's affection, had she not been deterred at the start by Agno, who reprimanded her sternly for presuming to touch or fondle a dog of such high taboo.