[hahy-presh-er] /ˈhaɪˈprɛʃ ər/
having or involving a pressure above the normal:
vigorous; persistent; aggressive:
verb (used with object), high-pressured, high-pressuring.
to employ aggressively forceful and unrelenting sales tactics on (a prospective customer):
high-pressured into buying a car.
having, using, involving, or designed to withstand a pressure above normal pressure: a high-pressure gas, a high-pressure cylinder
(informal) (of selling) persuasive in an aggressive and persistent manner
[hahy-prahyst] /ˈhaɪˈpraɪst/ adjective 1. expensive; costly: a high-priced camera.
noun 1. a chief priest. 2. Judaism. (from Aaronic times to about the 1st century a.d.) the priest ranking above all other priests and the only one permitted to enter the holy of holies. 3. Informal. a person in a high position of power or influence, especially one who is revered as a preeminent authority […]
noun 1. the female leader of a tribe, religion, or movement; a female high priest.
noun 1. the condition or office of a high priest. 2. high priests collectively.