stink to high heaven, to hell
[hahy-hohl] /ˈhaɪˌhoʊl/ noun 1. 2 .
noun, Judaism. 1. either of two holy days of special significance, Rosh Hashanah or Yom Kippur.
- High hopes
see: in hopes of
noun 1. a haughty attitude or temper; a contemptuous manner. n. originally (late 14c.) “fine, tall horse; war horse, charger” (high steed is from c.1300), also, like high hall, “status symbol;” figurative sense of “airs, easily wounded dignity” in mount (one’s) high horse “affect airs of superiority” is from 1782 (Addison has to ride the […]