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109 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[h_ˈaɪ], [hˈa͡ɪ], [hˈa‍ɪ]
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Synonyms for High:

high (adjective) size (adjective) Other synonyms and related words:

Common misspellings for High:

  • 7g76h8yh8,
  • heigh,
  • hign,
  • hahah,
  • whieh,
  • higfh,
  • wiyh,
  • hieght,
  • hgigh,
  • hugh,
  • highty,
  • whiah,
  • liegh,
  • hiighly,
  • hahhah,
  • heahh,
  • haiir,
  • shigh,
  • highy,
  • hitgh,
  • hich,
  • wiegh,
  • hughe,
  • highner,
  • hihg,
  • hiigh,
  • hiegher,
  • highlly,
  • highle,
  • thouigh,
  • hwgh,
  • heoght,
  • whigh,
  • haishi,
  • hight,
  • chiuahuah,
  • jigh,
  • siegh,
  • hig,
  • hiogh,
  • fgh,
  • heigher,
  • ghfgh,
  • higa,
  • heighly,
  • thgh,
  • wchih,
  • wrigh,
  • heighs,
  • thiegh,
  • hith,
  • higth,
  • figh,
  • htough,
  • higs,
  • hoigh,
  • migh,
  • haha1,
  • maigh,
  • huigher,
  • high,
  • haight,
  • heigge,
  • roigh,
  • highre,
  • haigher,
  • higheer,
  • wigh,
  • higt,
  • hughly,
  • ehough,
  • highw,
  • heheh,
  • hiugher,
  • highg,
  • highky,
  • eigh,
  • shough,
  • hiegh,
  • uyyyyyyyyyyyyyh,
  • righ,
  • kneehigh,
  • hige,
  • hiur,
  • yhig,
  • hiku,
  • haior,
  • hish,
  • hisgh,
  • hgih,
  • hogh,
  • digh,
  • hih,
  • hidh,
  • heaight,
  • heiio,
  • heighth,
  • highj,
  • hoiur,
  • hiigher,
  • ehigh,
  • tigh,
  • highth,
  • hifa,
  • hughs,
  • hiehl,
  • ligh,
  • chiuahua,
  • highl,
  • huighly,
  • haigh,
  • wegh,
  • theigh,
  • hitthe,
  • ahigh,
  • wheigh,
  • highwy,
  • hihgh,
  • wihh,
  • highr,
  • bigh,
  • wwhich,
  • kiehi,
  • highier,
  • chiuaha,
  • higg,
  • huige,
  • hidge,
  • huigh,
  • hiogher,
  • toohigh,
  • highley,
  • highe,
  • hgh,
  • igh,
  • hughway,
  • highher,
  • hjigh,
  • hrough,
  • keigh,
  • hior,
  • highliy,
  • highger,
  • highligh,
  • wiah,
  • higjh,
  • tohugh,
  • thoiugh,
  • hegher,
  • rogh,
  • highler,
  • hija,
  • highwya,
  • hingh,
  • seigh,
  • higy,
  • gigh,
  • birgh,
  • haugh,
  • haighly,
  • heght,
  • hough,
  • higgh,
  • thehigh,
  • highh,
  • higha,
  • beigh,
  • hiuge,
  • hiya,
  • hhigh,
  • reigh,
  • whiegh,
  • hihi,
  • highwer,
  • sigh,
  • higb,
  • highi,
  • highrer,
  • highluy,
  • highber,
  • hiughly,
  • laigh,
  • hiqh,
  • hoghs,
  • highby,
  • hghi,
  • chiauhua,
  • chiuahaua,
  • cohugh,
  • hiawia,
  • ghigh,
  • hegh,
  • higj,
  • hiim,
  • himw,
  • hiom,
  • hium,
  • hirsh,
  • hiow,
  • hifu,
  • hiwi,
  • lehieh,
  • rouigh,
  • hcih,
  • teigh,
  • tiugh,
  • tiwh,
  • yhoiu.

Rhymes for High:

  1. rye, dye, bligh, buy, sty, pry, lie, sly, pie, sky, vie, wy, ai, ply, spry, cry, bye, eye, thigh, by, sigh, dry, kwai, guy, wry, try, fly, why, die, thai, spy, aye, lxi, pi, mei, ay, tie, vi, bi, frye, tai, fry, nigh, hi, shy, psi;
  2. nearby, decry, good-bye, shanghai, bye-bye, untie, goodbye, supply, comply, belie, retry, imply, reply, deny, hi-fi, ally, defy, brunei, awry, hereby, descry, rely, standby, apply;
  3. overfly, misapply;
  4. oversupply;

Quotes for High:

  1. I was grateful to have two weeks to shoot this one scene in Harry Potter. It's a big, big scene, but they have to deliver. And they have high expectations. Ralph Fiennes.
  2. The essential elements of giving are power and love- activity and affection- and the consciousness of the race testifies that in the high and appropriate exercise of these is a blessedness greater than any other. Mark Hopkins.
  3. Greatness is not manifested by unlimited pragmatism, which places such a high premium on the end justifying any means and any methods. Margaret Chase Smith.

Idioms of High:

  1. ( lord) high muckamuck;
  2. flying high
  3. in high dudgeon;

Adjectives for High:

  • new most,
  • brutish most,
  • necessary, most,
  • better, most,
  • sufficiently bold and strong,
  • net, most,
  • troubled, most,
  • aoibheal, exalted,
  • environmental journal,
  • lightheaded little,
  • rousing, inspiring,
  • mediaeval, cramped,
  • vile most,
  • tall, treeless,
  • exalted, most,
  • beloved, irreplaceable,
  • flawless, smooth,
  • compassionate and faithful,
  • mighty and awesome,
  • sorry, most,
  • least junior,
  • dreamy, poetical,
  • legitimate jewish,
  • urban and other,
  • imperial little,
  • divine and adorable,
  • curious and hostile,
  • sufficiently bold,
  • fanciful white,
  • aoibheal,
  • fine and loyal,
  • narrow, picturesque,
  • less classic,
  • cool, confident,
  • small memorial,
  • last jewish,
  • bold and strong,
  • most merciful,
  • enthusiastic old,
  • decent respectable,
  • wide and handsome,
  • short, fierce,
  • great and wondrous,
  • soviet naval,
  • peaceful, happy,
  • other central,
  • own imperial,
  • big central,
  • slender young,
  • dull white,
  • old royal,
  • clean little,
  • certain local,
  • plain and simple,
  • honest old,
  • own new,
  • thy great,
  • more ambitious,
  • own old,
  • more difficult,
  • grand old,
  • compassionate,
  • rousing,
  • flawless,
  • last few,
  • urban,
  • dreamy,
  • exalted,
  • troubled,
  • mediaeval,
  • better,
  • sorry,
  • peaceful,
  • net,
  • beloved,
  • bold,
  • divine,
  • necessary,
  • cool,
  • plain,
  • narrow,
  • wide,
  • curious,
  • tall,
  • mighty,
  • short,
  • next most,
  • coronal most,
  • dear most,
  • glorious, most,
  • noiseless, empty,
  • principal, technical,
  • exhausted baked,
  • quaint, intricate,
  • grave studious,
  • holiest and most,
  • eternal and only sufficient,
  • difficult, most,
  • simultaneous, most,
  • broad and now solitary,
  • nearest twin,
  • blue moderate,
  • interim legislative,
  • odd, plain,
  • unborn, self-styled,
  • typical sadistic,
  • best, most,
  • eternal great,
  • big, natural,
  • true most,
  • obnoxious and illegal,
  • vain, mischievous,
  • husky central,
  • general, international,
  • staunch and sincere,
  • royal and most,
  • evil, power-hungry,
  • wisest and most ancient,
  • old preparatory,
  • thick and wide,
  • fancy stray,
  • long, disheveled,
  • thy most,
  • solemn pontifical,
  • rapid and unintelligible,
  • strange, busy,
  • silent, shuttered,
  • real episcopal,
  • huge and perfect,
  • old courteous,
  • old, irregular,
  • accurate and perfect,
  • steep and picturesque,
  • proud and great,
  • green plain,
  • latest and most fashionable,
  • busy and picturesque,
  • excellent and most,
  • long, featureless,
  • broad and airy,
  • stupid, obstinate,
  • other twin,
  • full choral,
  • perfect and universal,
  • former central,
  • fine and spacious,
  • broad and pleasant,
  • excellent and pious,
  • most exalted,
  • more arrogant,
  • great and eternal,
  • drowsy old,
  • long steep,
  • new central,
  • old orthodox,
  • entire german,
  • grand central,
  • long and broad,
  • powerful and dangerous,
  • steep little,
  • more zealous,
  • pompous old,
  • dark and empty,
  • wrinkled old,
  • sleepy little,
  • many eminent,
  • quiet old,
  • white and green,
  • picturesque old,
  • little quiet,
  • large central,
  • french and british,
  • more prosperous,
  • great modern,
  • long, white,
  • new french,
  • more peaceful,
  • queer old,
  • famous old,
  • holiest,
  • unborn,
  • quaint old,
  • sweet little,
  • wisest,
  • noiseless,
  • certain other,
  • staunch,
  • obnoxious,
  • simultaneous,
  • dear little,
  • good many,
  • accurate,
  • steep,
  • difficult,
  • rapid,
  • quaint,
  • busy,
  • evil,
  • latest,
  • glorious,
  • stupid,
  • odd,
  • silent,
  • principal,
  • perfect,
  • thick,
  • big,
  • french,
  • vain,
  • strange,
  • general,
  • huge,
  • dark,
  • best,
  • old,
  • white,
  • discomfited german,
  • propitious, constitutional,
  • net practical,
  • faithful, staunch,
  • lawless and erratic,
  • wise and even-tempered,
  • eternal and most,
  • valiant resolute,
  • numerous theological,
  • stern, bearded,
  • long, formal,
  • proud, beautiful,
  • wise and powerful,
  • whole german,
  • most excellent,
  • cunning old,
  • great and glorious,
  • propitious,
  • good old-fashioned,
  • more sophisticated,
  • worst possible,
  • high and mighty,
  • more efficient,
  • lawless,
  • much less,
  • stern,
  • faithful,
  • high,
  • fine,
  • clear, most,
  • livery most,
  • preferable, most,
  • towering, white-bearded,
  • lightest, prettiest,
  • academic or commercial,
  • awkward, tongue-tied,
  • queer old-fashioned,
  • german naval,
  • preferable,
  • such small,
  • blue and white,
  • lightest,
  • more powerful,
  • academic,
  • several other,
  • dear old,
  • towering,
  • awkward,
  • clear,
  • excellent,
  • blue,
  • hot, shiny,
  • powerful and mighty,
  • damned few,
  • great and mighty,
  • eternal,
  • proud,
  • hot,
  • human, past,
  • approximate pure,
  • royal technical,
  • convincing other,
  • own official,
  • promising young,
  • good old,
  • wise,
  • broad,
  • human,
  • many previous,
  • powerful,
  • best formal,
  • royal and imperial,
  • quiet sure,
  • royal,
  • great,
  • long,
  • dour, barren,
  • dour,
  • merciful and faithful,
  • merciful.
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