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high-topshigh-sided sneakers
extremely high frequencyfrequency between 30,000 and 300,000 Mhz
highabove average, above somebody or something, advanced, anticyclone, at a peak, better, blowing strongly, elated state, far from equator, happy, high gear, high point, highest point; high gear (in an automobile); high pressure system (Meteorology); state...
high and dryup away from the water; stranded, without help
high beamfull beam, long-distance headlights
high blood pressureabnormal condition of circulatory system
high chairchair with a high seat (designed for small children)
High Churchsection of Episcopal Church
high comedywitty comedy
high commandmilitary headquarters, senior officers
High Commissionembassy
high commissionerambassador, head of international commission
high countrymountainous area
high courtmain or supreme court
high explosivechemical that causes explosion
high fashionhaute couture
high fidelitybest possible sound reproduction, hi fi
high fivegesture im which one person slaps the raised palm of another as a sign of achievement or celebration
high frequencyradio frequency
high gearfast pace, highest gear of system, top gear
High Germanstandard German
high groundraised area, superiority
High HolidaysDays of Awe, High Holy Days, Jewish religious festival period
high horsehaughty attitude
high jinkslively behavior
high jinks; hijinksfun and games
high jumptrack-and-field event
high lifelife of fashionable people
High Masselaborate Roman Catholic Mass
high nooncrucial time, noon exactly, peak of achievement
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