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Synonyms for high:
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.
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.
in the air
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.
intoxicated, drugged (adjective)
shrill, strong (on the senses) (adjective)
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.
very happy (adjective)
Sense 2 (noun)
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dearest, unrealistic, faint.
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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.
Usage examples for high:
- And certainly it is high time he did; or I shall have to be taking action on my own account before long!" - "The Case of Richard Meynell", Mrs. Humphrey Ward.
- " Well, father, I want to quit High School. - "The High Calling", Charles M. Sheldon.
- We have come down off our high ground. - "London to Ladysmith via Pretoria", Winston Spencer Churchill.