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NGSL Rank: 147
hʌɪ Listen
  • of great vertical extent.
    E.g. the top of a high mountain
  • great, or greater than normal, in quantity, size, or intensity.
    E.g. a high temperature
  • great in rank, status, or importance.
    E.g. both held high office under Lloyd George
  • (of a sound or note) having a frequency at the upper end of the auditory range.
    E.g. a high, squeaky voice
  • feeling euphoric, especially from the effects of drugs or alcohol.
    E.g. she wasn't tipsy, just a little high
  • (especially of food) unpleasantly strong-smelling because beginning to go bad.
    E.g. it's a type of preserved butter, used for cooking, smells a little high
  • (of a vowel) produced with the tongue relatively near the palate.
  • a high point, level, or figure.
    E.g. commodity prices were at a rare high
  • a notably happy or successful moment.
    E.g. the highs and lows of life
  • high school.
    E.g. I go to junior high
  • at or to a considerable or specified height.
    E.g. the sculpture stood about five feet high
  • highly.
    E.g. he ranked high among the pioneers of chemical technology
  • (of a sound) at or to a high pitch.
    E.g. my voice went high with excitement
— high
  • (in card games) having the specified card as the highest-ranking.
    E.g. a standard 52-card pack is used, with the ace high

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