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Things high often describes (“high ________”)
school, degree, level, levels, rate, rates, schools, pressure, frequency, temperatures, temperature, concentrations, quality, priest, value, speed, risk, cost, prices, density, content, price, proportion, resolution, concentration, percentage, standards, energy, costs, standard, point, students, incidence, water, ground, seas, rank, dose, places, doses, values, spirits, voltage, priority, order, strength, frequencies, treason, technology, office, esteem, mountains, intensity, resistance, tide, road, pressures, officials, efficiency, fever, performance, status, affinity, hopes, velocity, heat, regard, ratio, speeds, wages, probability, walls, wall, command, altitude, expectations, altitudes, opinion, reputation, altar, capacity, sensitivity, scores, heels, tension, mortality, graduates, potential

How high often is described (“________ high”)
junior, new, time, most, unacceptably, senior, previous, unrealistically, low, active, natural, emotional, historic, subtropical, real, half, turney, average, postwar, standard, topographic, mile, year, inch, very, highest, sky, structural, abnormally, alltime, ultimate, arched, historical, unprecedented, exalted, extra, spiritual, wartime, typical, ultra, intense, elementary, medium, war, euphoric, yearly, magnetic, knee, temporary, pretty, public

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See high used in context: 100+ rhymes, 179 Shakespeare works, 9 Mother Goose rhymes, several books and articles.

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