What is another word for high?

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of great vertical extent.
"the top of a high mountain"
far above ground, sea level, or another point of reference.
"a palace high up on a hill"
great, or greater than normal, in quantity, size, or intensity.
"a high temperature" · "sweets are very high in calories"
very favourable.
"she had no very high opinion of men"
great in rank, status, or importance.
"both held high office under Lloyd George" · "financial security is high on your list of priorities"
morally or culturally superior.
"blurring the distinctions between high art and popular art"
(of a sound or note) having a frequency at the upper end of the auditory range.
"a high, squeaky voice"
informal feeling euphoric, especially from the effects of drugs or alcohol.
"she wasn't tipsy, just a little high" · "some of them were high on Ecstasy"
(especially of food) unpleasantly strong-smelling because beginning to go bad.
"it's a type of preserved butter, used for cooking, smells a little high"
(of game) slightly decomposed and so ready to cook.
a high point, level, or figure.
"commodity prices were at a rare high"
a notably happy or successful moment.
"the highs and lows of life"
informal a state of high spirits or euphoria.
"if the stable is doing well then everybody's on a high" · "golf provides him with an adrenalin high"
at or to a considerable or specified height.
  • At great height
  • High up
  • Far up
  • Way up
  • At altitude
  • In the air
  • In the sky
  • On high
  • Aloft
  • Overhead
  • Above one's head
  • Over one's head
"the sculpture stood about five feet high" · "a dish piled high with baked beans"
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