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High

Antonyms for high:

common, cheap, inexpensive, low, fragrant, down, reasonable, low spirits, little, short, inferior, dishonorable, sober, humble, rock bottom, depressed, lowly.

Synonyms for high:

Sense 1

colossal, shoulder-high, significant, knee-high, countless, shrieky, boozy, unnumbered, reedy, measureless, classically, doped, oceanic, walloping, zonked, odoriferous, immeasurable, aloft, inordinate, Plunging, inestimable, mighty, maximal, lavish, fastigium, stinky, winding, gigantic, mountainous, odorous, legion, fetid, immense, outsize, looped, plentiful, classical, besotted, flying, numberless, putrescent, vertiginous, profuse, yea-high, stewed, deep-sea, serious, stupendous, hopped-up, soused, unrealistic, substantial, jumbo, tremendous, humongous, potted, unwieldy, substantially, bombed, standard, king-size, sloshed, crapulous, Hunker, copious, Culminating, eye-watering, qualitative, pickled, wiped out, welkin, massed, elephantine, enormously, abysm, clunky, fluvial, bulbous, puffy, myriad, unprecedented, smelly, shrilly, widely, incalculable, overdeveloped, low-necked, crackly, impressive, capacious, enormous, apogee, upraised, low-cut, stoned, astronomically, considerable, royal, galore, gaping, goodly, significantly, choppy, vast, sky-high, abundant, exacting, generous, imposing, waist-high, plenteous, tidal, man-sized, bulk, loftiest, plaintive, Boozed, low-neck, largish, commodious, briny, gargantuan, musty, plastered, bewildering, littoral, overhead, crapulent, whopping, upmost, mammoth, goodish, stinko, liberal, abundantly, payoff, titanic, walk-in, above, bountiful, innumerable, fusty, full-size, atop, multitudinous, crocked, mid-air, odorless, heavily.

Sense 2

hill, meridian, stately, oversized, zenith, pinnacle, jumpy, coastal, climax, putrid, swingeing, chasm, redolent, costly, roof, Heightened, cosmic, huge, high-flown, fair, highest, full-scale, outside, rank, pixilated, passable, maximum, untold, creaky, crest, crowning, mass, stagnant, elevation, average, mythic, vertex, thrill, inebriate, topmost, smashed, abyss, some, sky, navigable, high-minded, freshwater, roomy, hefty, stinking, frowzy, pelagic, turned on, macro, uppermost, immemorial, culmination, tipsy, acme, firmament, rancid, high-priced, pneumatic, Onto, Upon, overblown, larger-than-life, apex, huddle, lit, laden, substantive, princely, way, inshore.

Sense 3

airy, monumental, fantastic, pacific, crouch, fabulous, atmosphere, cockeyed, gulf, over, cumbersome, marine, clumsy, prominence, funky, uttermost, sodden, stuffy, height, dear, eloquent.

Sense 4

crown, monster, air, eminence, stale, ripe, by, ultimate, metallic, altitude, furious, depth.

Sense 5

ancient, faint, raised, noble, fierce, handsome, moral, dearest, powerful, soar, triple, massive, loaded, offshore.

Sense 6

bottom, heaven, acute, giant, top, cap, boot.

Sense 7

bang, explosive.

Sense 9

blind, rough, fresh.

Sense 10

heavy.

Sense 12

strong.

Sense 17

tight.

Sense 18

level.

Sense 24

good.

Sense 28

clear.

big

strapping.

comatose

drugged.

costly

expensive.

current

tide.

dazed

spaced-out.

exalted

exalted, grand.

inebriated

inebriated, swacked.

in the air

aerial.

Other synonyms and related words:

handsome, tight, eminent, strong, high school, cockeyed, soused, elevated, fried, pickled, high-flown, chief, shrill, high-pitched, stinko, rank, high up, tanked, princely, plastered, crocked, sharp, potted, exalted, swacked, loaded, tipsy, dear, expensive, noble, costly, canned, sublime, towering, grand, oiled, lit up, steep.

above (adjective)

upper.

cheerful (adjective)

in high spirits.

deep (adjective)

thick.

elevated (adjective)

elevated, Heightened.

expensive (adjective)

costly, sky-high, high-priced, precious, expensive, big-ticket.

extreme (adjective)

extravagant, sharp, costly, lavish, strong, stiff, expensive, uttermost, precious, dear, maximal, high-priced.

foul-smelling (adjective)

malodorous.

high (adjective)

atmospheric, tall, lofty.

important (adjective)

leading, chief, significant, noble, superior, exalted, serious, powerful.

intoxicated, drugged (adjective)

potted, doped, tipsy, tanked, stoned, inebriated.

loaded (adjective)

Gassed.

mountainous (adjective)

alpine.

overwrought (adjective)

strung-out.

plastered (adjective)

blitzed.

rancid (adjective)

frowzy, putrescent, fusty.

shrill (adjective)

ultrasonic.

shrill, strong (on the senses) (adjective)

rank, soprano, piping, smelly, high-pitched, putrid, acute, piercing, rancid, malodorous, treble.

size (adjective)

corpulent, magnificent, large, amplitudinous, expansive, sizable, long, wide, bulky, portly, great, measurable, big, chunky, voluminous, broad, dimensional, extensive.

tall; at a great distance aloft (adjective)

giant, aerial, gigantic, steep, immense, lofty, towering, soaring, flying, tremendous, upraised, sky-high, large, big, alpine, elevated, grand, great, altitudinous, uplifted, eminent, long, huge, colossal.

upper (adjective)

topmost.

very happy (adjective)

elated.

all (adverb)

high up.

Sense 2 (noun)

over, aloft, uppermost, top, topmost.

Sense 3 (noun)

classical, average, standard, classically, exacting.

Sense 4 (noun)

potted, drugged, turned on, wasted, stoned, hopped-up.

Sense 5 (noun)

above.

Sense 7 (noun)

considerable, substantial.

Sense 8 (noun)

ancient, strung-out, immemorial.

Sense 9 (noun)

climax, shrieky, shrilly, acute.

Sense 10 (noun)

eloquent, high-flown, grand.

Sense 11 (noun)

raised, Heightened.

Sense 12 (noun)

enormous, king-size, costly, high-priced, vast, expensive, dear.

Sense 13 (noun)

furious, strong, heavy, fierce.

Sense 14 (noun)

lit, doped, zonked, spaced-out, wiped out.

Sense 16 (noun)

creaky, jumpy, reedy, clear, plaintive, thrill, boot, metallic, bang.

Sense 17 (noun)

dearest, unrealistic, faint.

Sense 18 (noun)

knee-high, precipitous, level.

Sense 19 (noun)

frowzy, fetid, musty, funky, fusty.

Sense 20 (noun)

odoriferous, laden, redolent, odorless, odorous.

drunk (noun)

tipsy.

exalted (noun)

leading, powerful.

extravagantly (noun)

widely.

happiness (noun)

ecstasy, euphoria, elation.

high (noun)

high-level, commanding, shrilling, eminent, shrill, high-stepped, graduate, senior high school, sopranino, full, piercing, sharp, in flood, inebriated, altissimo, climactic, mellow, overlooking, luxuriously, gamey, senior high, gamy, squeaking, soaring, high-pitched, tenor, high-topped, falsetto, peaky, malodorous, high up, alto, swollen, steep, great, intoxicated, highschool, higher, towering, adenoidal, broad, advanced, last, screechy, flooding, spiky, postgraduate, squeaky, in high spirits, richly, soprano, overflowing, exalted, piping, high school, heights, squealing, dominating, high pressure, high-top, upper, high gear, pinched, screaky, utmost, nasal, peak, lofty, altitudinous, climactical, high-stepping, elated, countertenor, treble.

above (preposition)

superior.

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