High in a sentence

Definition of High

Very elevated; extending or being far above a base; tall; lofty. | Relatively elevated; rising or raised above the average or normal level from which elevation is measured. | Having a specified elevation or height; tall.

How to use High in a Sentence?

  • Among them he discerned some of his own guards, distinguishable by their high crowned turbans.
  • This work is one that challenges attention for its ambitious character and its high aim.
  • He said she was an exception to her sex, which from his point of view was a high compliment.
  • The lad fled on the instant, scrambling up the high board fence and dissapeared over it.
  • I admired their high and delicate principles, and respected their almost fatiguing modesty.
  • Could this be the same, it struck me, who discoursed like an angel of that high throng?
  • But the art of hiding such stores is possessed in a high degree by the Tibetan.
  • She did not paint, and her complexion (a shade too high by day) was perfection by candlelight.
  • Then I sped away like a hound, and still again he caught me and lifted me high into the air.
  • Onteora was situated high up in the Catskill Mountains, in the centre of a far-reaching solitude.
  • The sun stood high in the heavens when Apafi rang for his steward and factotum, John Cserey.
  • Sometimes the Town Hall or Court House has a high tower, or a fine dome, or a cupola.
  • The first was to visit the civil surgeon, and be examined for fitness for residing in high altitudes.
  • It is mentioned as a high degree of wickedness in many of the heathen, that they were without natural affection.
  • Far to the north they could discern the golden towers of an immense palace rising high above a large and prosperous city.
  • I had a mighty contempt for men, and a high respect for myself, that was the greatest of my many follies.
  • The gentlemen were in high good-humour, and kept falling out with each other and making it up again from sheer lightness of heart.
  • The former showed himself to be an artist of the first rank, while the latter proved itself fully deserving of its high reputation.
  • This places your character as a citizen upon a summit as high as Washington's.
  • Their stocking-knitting was of a high order, except that the art of 'turning a heel' was unknown to them.
  • Both of them were after me in a minute, but I knew the way over that high board fence and escaped for that time.
  • Getting water hot enough was sometimes difficult when you wanted as much as is necessary for a bath, if the wind blew high and firewood was scanty.
  • I knew not whether led or carried; I knew not whether aroused or in the midst of his high abstraction.
  • In our opinion, if there be no other alternative, it is better that sin should be left to chance, than ascribed to the high and holy One.
  • Scenes from the Ramayan and Mahabharata adorn the great blocks of the boundary wall, sculptured in high relief.
  • With this blast delivered, Judith set the salad-bowl carefully down on the table and left the room, her head high and her mane tossing.
  • My high hopes and eager interest in the matter were soon quenched by fatigue; but faithful to my promise, I examined each house in turn.
  • Distance-judging by eye for military purposes in high altitudes is an art governed by rules entirely different from those that govern it at an ordinary elevation.
  • Did ye ever think, my lad, o' the way the Bible speaks of hills an' a' high places.
  • But, surely, we need have no weak fears on this ground; for although it may be too high for us, they do not pretend that it is too high for God.

Short Example Sentence for High

  • It was a high and rather a large room.
  • How many stories high is our school?
  • It was a decidedly wet blanket on all their high hopes.
  • The houses were about two feet high and as wide.
  • They were high colored, well executed and attractive.
  • Everything around us is a type and symbol of our high destiny.
  • And he was also held in high esteem, for at bottom he was a sterling man.
  • And with that Banfi turned away in high dudgeon, and almost ran into Nalaczi.
  • One's first acquaintance with so high an altitude impresses one greatly.
  • The Boys of Columbia High on the Diamond; Or Winning Out by Pluck.

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