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bark, flare, flash, growl, grumble, grunt, lash out, retort, snarl, snort.
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high
Definition:
This term, as used in variouscompound legal phrases, is sometimes merely an addition of dignity, not importing acomparison; but more generally it means exalted, either in rank or location, oroccupying a position of superiority, and in a few instances it implies superiority inrespect to importance, size, or frequency or publicity of use. c. g., " high seas," " highway." As to high " Bailiff," " Constable," " Crimes," " Justice," " Justiciar," " School," " Sea,"" Sheriff," " Treason," and " Water-Mark," see those titles.

Synonyms:

adjective
above
upper.
all
high.
cheerful
hilarious, perky, snappy, heartiest, chirpy, gladsome, in good spirits, in high spirits, chirpiest, zingy, zappy, chirpier, full of pep, sunny side up.
deep
thick.
elevated
elevated, ethical, righteous, high rise, high-rise, Heightened, bigtime, upheaved, highrise.
excellent
exemplary, incomparable, meritorious, most desirable, tiptop, Piked, first class, world-class, firstclass, world class.
exceptional
extra ordinary.
excited
aflame, pumped, psyched, keyed up, steamed up, in a tizzy, zipped up.
expensive
sky-high, uneconomical, big-ticket, costly, expensive, high-priced, precious, upscale, too high.
extreme
costly, dear, excessive, exorbitant, expensive, extraordinary, extravagant, extreme, high-priced, intensified, lavish, luxurious, maximal, precious, rich, sharp, special, stiff, strong, unusual, uttermost.
foul-smelling
malodorous.
high
atmospheric, lofty, tall.
hopeful
at ease, forward-looking, trustful, keeping the faith, looking forward to.
hopped-up
hopped up.
important
arch, capital, chief, consequential, crucial, distinguished, essential, exalted, extreme, grave, influential, leading, necessary, noble, powerful, prominent, ruling, serious, significant, superior, central, fundamental, key, major, meaningful, vital.
intoxicated, drugged
delirious, doped, euphoric, inebriated, potted, stoned, tipsy, tanked, drunk, on a trip, spaced out, freaked out.
invigorating
exhilarative, hyper.
joyful
doing handsprings.
light
lightest.
loaded
Gassed.
long
faraway, gangling, outstretched, stretching, longish, protracted, spun out, far off, spread out.
looped
half-seas over, in one's cups.
manic
turned out, Flipped, over-excited.
mountainous
alpine.
overwrought
strung-out, in a state, over-wrought, all shook up, fired-up, freaked-out, hot under collar, hot-and-bothered, keyed-up, worked-up, wound-up.
plastered
Sauced, dead drunk, blitzed, pissed, dead to the world, drunk as a skunk, feeling good, half in the bag, half-crocked.
pumped
geared up, rarin' to go.
rancid
frowzy, fusty, putrefactive, carious, curdled, feculent, putrescent, Olid, evil-smelling.
rank
mephitic, Graveolent, strong-smelling.
shrill
ultrasonic, clanging, clangorous, loud, penetrating, ear-piercing.
shrill, strong (on the senses)
acute, high-pitched, loud, malodorous, penetrating, piercing, piping, putrid, rancid, rank, reeking, smelly, soprano, strident, treble.
size
big, broad, bulky, chunky, corpulent, dimensional, expansive, extensive, great, large, long, magnificent, measurable, portly, sizable, voluminous, wide, amplitudinous.
strong
highly seasoned, unmixed, strong-flavored, highly flavored.
tall; at a great distance aloft
aerial, alpine, altitudinous, big, colossal, elevated, eminent, flying, formidable, giant, gigantic, grand, great, huge, immense, large, lofty, long, sky-high, soaring, steep, towering, tremendous, uplifted, upraised, High-reaching, Hovering, high rise, sky-scraping.
thick
blubbery.
upper
topmost, loftier, top most, upper most.
very happy
boisterous, bouncy, cheerful, elated, excited, exhilarated, exuberant, joyful, lighthearted, merry, pumped, psyched.
adverb
all
high, high up.
noun
attribute
high.
drunk
tipsy.
exalted
distinguished, important, leading, powerful.
extravagantly
expansively, widely, without restraint.
happiness
contentment, delight, ecstasy, elation, euphoria, happiness, jollity, joy, nirvana, pleasure.
high
adenoidal, advanced, altissimo, altitudinous, alto, broad, climactic, climactical, commanding, countertenor, dominating, elated, eminent, exalted, falsetto, flooding, full, gamey, gamy, graduate, great, heights, high gear, high school, high-level, high-pitched, high-stepped, high-stepping, high-top, high-topped, higher, highschool, in flood, in high spirits, inebriated, intoxicated, last, lofty, luxuriously, malodorous, mellow, nasal, overflowing, overlooking, peak, peaky, piercing, pinched, piping, postgraduate, richly, screaky, screechy, senior high, senior high school, sharp, shrill, shrilling, soaring, sopranino, soprano, spiky, squeaking, squeaky, squealing, steep, swollen, tenor, towering, treble, upper, utmost, high pressure, high up.
schools
academy, boarding school, church school, college, community college, comprehensive school, conservatory, COMP, charm school, convent school.
state
high.
tall
colossal, diminutive, formidable, giant, gigantic, huge, immense, lank, lanky, short, sky-high, tremendous.
preposition
above
superior, up on, on high, on top of.
verb
elevated
above, aerial, depressed, flying, low, raised, Hovering.
Examples of usage:
  1. It seemed very high to me for only two in the family. –  by
  2. But his conscience was clear, and his spirit high. – Put Yourself in His Place by Charles Reade
  3. " I have a high opinion of Dr. Tolbridge. – The Girl at Cobhurst by Frank Richard Stockton
  4. Rather hath this astonisht me, that we Have not for ever lived in this high hour. – Emblems Of Love by Lascelles Abercrombie
  5. They are very High Things, and do not remember. – Sanders of the River by Edgar Wallace

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