High hopes

see: in hopes of


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  • High-impact

    adjective (prenominal) 1. (of a plastic or other material) able to withstand great force 2. (of aerobic or other exercise) placing great stress on various areas of the body 3. (informal) having great effect: high-impact sound adjective pertaining to exercise that is stressful for the body, esp. the joints

  • High-income

    [hahy-in-kuhm] /ˈhaɪˈɪn kʌm/ adjective 1. of or relating to those with a larger income than the average.

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