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114 synonyms
3 antonyms
18 definitions
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1. high (a)

98 synonyms
# Word Number of letters Number of synonyms
1. abrupt 6 letters 74 synonyms
2. accelerated 11 letters 29 synonyms
3. acute 5 letters 78 synonyms
4. aerial 6 letters 27 synonyms
5. airy 4 letters 77 synonyms
6. animated 8 letters 73 synonyms
7. antediluvian 12 letters 38 synonyms
8. arctic 6 letters 28 synonyms
9. arduous 7 letters 45 synonyms
10. aroused 7 letters 84 synonyms
11. arrogant 8 letters 85 synonyms
12. big 3 letters 122 synonyms
13. capital 7 letters 85 synonyms
14. celebrated 10 letters 39 synonyms
15. chief 5 letters 92 synonyms
16. consequential 13 letters 32 synonyms
17. costly 6 letters 20 synonyms
18. crucial 7 letters 54 synonyms
19. dear 4 letters 63 synonyms
20. distinguisheden.synonym.one 13 letters 97 synonyms
21. drugged 7 letters 19 synonyms
22. drunk 5 letters 107 synonyms
23. eager 5 letters 110 synonyms
24. early 5 letters 48 synonyms
25. effectual 9 letters 39 synonyms
26. efficacious 11 letters 27 synonyms
27. elated 6 letters 40 synonyms
28. elevated 8 letters 61 synonym
29. eloquent 8 letters 41 synonym
30. eminent 7 letters 66 synonyms
31. encouraged 10 letters 21 synonym
32. energetic 9 letters 103 synonyms
33. essential 9 letters 79 synonyms
34. exalted 7 letters 60 synonyms
35. exhilarated 11 letters 43 synonyms
36. exorbitant 10 letters 40 synonyms
37. expensive 9 letters 24 synonyms
38. extreme 7 letters 149 synonyms
39. funny 5 letters 55 synonyms
40. glorious 8 letters 59 synonyms
41. grave 5 letters 76 synonyms
42. great 5 letters 149 synonyms
43. happy 5 letters 76 synonyms
44. haughty 7 letters 81 synonym
45. head 4 letters 134 synonyms
46. hilarious 9 letters 14 synonyms
47. important 9 letters 105 synonyms
48. inebriated 10 letters 29 synonyms
49. inspired 8 letters 63 synonyms
50. intenseen.synonym.one 7 letters 124 synonyms
51. intensified 11 letters 12 synonyms
52. intoxicated 11 letters 36 synonyms
53. keyed up 7 letters 13 synonyms
54. lanky 5 letters 18 synonyms
55. lofty 5 letters 101 synonym
56. lordly 6 letters 32 synonyms
57. main 4 letters 51 synonym
58. merry 5 letters 65 synonyms
59. motivated 9 letters 28 synonyms
60. northerly 9 letters 15 synonyms
61. penetrating 11 letters 82 synonyms
62. peppy 5 letters 17 synonyms
63. piercing 8 letters 38 synonyms
64. polar 5 letters 30 synonyms
65. potent 6 letters 59 synonyms
66. powerful 8 letters 101 synonym
67. pre-eminent 10 letters 38 synonyms
68. precipitous 11 letters 34 synonyms
69. prehistoric 11 letters 30 synonyms
70. primeval 8 letters 33 synonyms
71. principal 9 letters 83 synonyms
72. prized 6 letters 12 synonyms
73. prominent 9 letters 64 synonyms
74. proud 5 letters 46 synonyms
75. remote 6 letters 94 synonyms
76. rich 4 letters 106 synonyms
77. serious 7 letters 105 synonyms
78. sharp 5 letters 182 synonyms
79. sheer 5 letters 82 synonyms
80. shrill 6 letters 38 synonyms
81. snobbish 8 letters 25 synonyms
82. speedy 6 letters 26 synonyms
83. steep 5 letters 68 synonyms
84. stimulated 10 letters 45 synonyms
85. stoned 6 letters 14 synonyms
86. strenuous 9 letters 40 synonyms
87. strident 8 letters 28 synonyms
88. strong 6 letters 187 synonyms
89. sublime 7 letters 54 synonyms
90. supercilious 12 letters 24 synonyms
91. tall 4 letters 36 synonyms
92. tipsy 5 letters 19 synonyms
93. towering 8 letters 34 synonyms
94. uneconomical 12 letters 10 synonyms
95. valuable 8 letters 55 synonyms
96. venerable 9 letters 55 synonyms
97. well-known 9 letters 45 synonyms
98. wired 5 letters 28 synonyms

2. high (Adjective)

5 synonyms
# Word Number of letters Number of synonyms
1. gamey 5 letters 13 synonyms
2. gamy 4 letters 13 synonyms
3. high-pitched 11 letters 1 synonym
4. in high spirits 13 letters 1 synonym
5. mellow 6 letters 58 synonyms
1 antonym
# Word Number of letters Number of antonyms
1. low 3 letters 2 antonyms
7 definitions
high (Adjective) —   Greater than normal in degree, intensity or amount 7 examples
1. ex. "a high temperature"
2. ex. "a high price"
3. ex. "the high point of his career"
4. ex. "high risks"
5. ex. "has high hopes"
6. ex. "the river is high"
7. ex. "he has a high opinion of himself"
high (Adjective) —   (literal meaning) being at or having a relatively great or specific elevation or upward extension (sometimes used in combinations like 'knee-high') 6 examples
1. ex. "a high mountain"
2. ex. "high ceilings"
3. ex. "high buildings"
4. ex. "a high forehead"
5. ex. "a high incline"
6. ex. "a foot high"
high (Adjective) —   Standing above others in quality or position 2 examples
1. ex. "people in high places"
2. ex. "the high priest"
high (Adjective) —   Used of sounds and voices; high in pitch or frequency
high (Adjective) —   happy and excited and energetic
high (Adjective) —   (used of the smell of meat) smelling spoiled or tainted
high (Adjective) —   Slightly and pleasantly intoxicated from alcohol or a drug (especially marijuana)
6 see also
# Word Number of letters Number of synonyms
1. degree 6 letters 61 synonym
2. grade 5 letters 105 synonyms
3. height 6 letters 37 synonyms
4. level 5 letters 141 synonym
5. pitch 5 letters 129 synonyms
6. tallness 8 letters 13 synonyms

3. high (Noun)

6 synonyms
# Word Number of letters Number of synonyms
1. heights 7 letters 13 synonyms
2. high gear 8 letters 1 synonym
3. high school 10 letters 4 synonyms
4. highschool 10 letters 4 synonyms
5. senior high 10 letters 4 synonyms
6. senior high school 16 letters 4 synonyms
2 antonyms
# Word Number of letters Number of antonyms
1. low 3 letters 2 antonyms
2. low spirits 10 letters 1 antonym
7 definitions
high (Noun) —   A lofty level, position or degree 1 example
1. ex. "summer temperatures reached an all-time high"
high (Noun) —   An air mass of higher than normal pressure 1 example
1. ex. "the east coast benefits from a Bermuda high"
high (Noun) —   A state of sustained elation 1 example
1. ex. "I'm on a permanent high these days"
high (Noun) —   A state of altered consciousness induced by alcohol or narcotics 1 example
1. ex. "they took drugs to get a high on"
high (Noun) —   A high place 1 example
1. ex. "they stood on high and observed the countryside"
high (Noun) —   A public secondary school usually including grades 9 through 12 1 example
1. ex. "he goes to the neighbourhood high"
high (Noun) —   A forward gear with a gear ratio that gives the greatest vehicle velocity for a given engine speed
15 types of
# Word Number of letters Number of synonyms
1. air mass 7 letters 0 synonyms
2. degree 6 letters 61 synonym
3. elation 7 letters 15 synonyms
4. gear 4 letters 63 synonyms
5. gear mechanism 13 letters 1 synonym
6. grade 5 letters 105 synonyms
7. gymnasium 9 letters 12 synonyms
8. level 5 letters 141 synonym
9. lycee 5 letters 4 synonyms
10. lyceum 6 letters 4 synonyms
11. middle school 12 letters 4 synonyms
12. place 5 letters 147 synonyms
13. secondary school 15 letters 4 synonyms
14. spot 4 letters 126 synonyms
15. topographic point 16 letters 2 synonyms
1 type
# Word Number of letters Number of synonyms
1. overdrive 9 letters 3 synonyms
6 parts of
# Word Number of letters Number of synonyms
1. anticyclone 11 letters 0 synonyms
2. auto 4 letters 6 synonyms
3. automobile 10 letters 20 synonyms
4. car 3 letters 26 synonyms
5. machine 7 letters 39 synonyms
6. motorcar 8 letters 4 synonyms

4. high (Adverb)

5 synonyms
# Word Number of letters Number of synonyms
1. extravagantly 13 letters 24 synonyms
2. high up 6 letters 6 synonyms
3. lavishly 8 letters 9 synonyms
4. luxuriously 11 letters 4 synonyms
5. richly 6 letters 5 synonyms
4 definitions
high (Adverb) —   At a great altitude 1 example
1. ex. "he climbed high on the ladder"
high (Adverb) —   In or to a high position, amount, or degree 1 example
1. ex. "prices have gone up far too high"
high (Adverb) —   In a rich and lavish manner 1 example
1. ex. "he lives high"
high (Adverb) —   Far up toward the source 1 example
1. ex. "he lives high up the river"
5 misspelling
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All synonyms in one line
abrupt, accelerated, acute, aerial, airy, en.synonym.one, animated, antediluvian, arctic, arduous, aroused, arrogant, big, capital, celebrated, chief, consequential, costly, crucial, dear, distinguished, drugged, drunk, eager, early, effectual, en.synonym.one, efficacious, elated, elevated, eloquent, eminent, encouraged, energetic, essential, exalted, exhilarated, exorbitant, expensive, extreme, funny, glorious, grave, great, happy, haughty, head, hilarious, important, inebriated, inspired, intense, en.synonym.one, intensified, intoxicated, keyed up, lanky, lofty, lordly, main, merry, motivated, northerly, penetrating, peppy, piercing, polar, potent, powerful, pre-eminent, precipitous, prehistoric, primeval, principal, prized, prominent, proud, remote, rich, serious, sharp, sheer, shrill, snobbish, speedy, steep, stimulated, stoned, strenuous, strident, strong, sublime, supercilious, tall, tipsy, towering, uneconomical, valuable, venerable, well-known, wired, gamey, gamy, high-pitched, in high spirits, mellow, en.synonym.one, heights, high gear, high school, highschool, senior high, en.synonym.one, senior high school, extravagantly, high up, lavishly, luxuriously, richly, en.synonym.one.
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