a mood of joy, elation, etc.; vivacity.
- High spot
noun 1. (informal) another word for highlight (sense 2)
[hahy-step] /ˈhaɪˌstɛp/ verb (used without object), high-stepped, high-stepping. 1. to walk or run by raising the legs higher than normal. verb (used with object), high-stepped, high-stepping. 2. to approach or step over by high-stepping.
- High steppage gait
high steppage gait n. A gait in which the foot is raised high to avoid catching a drooping foot and is then brought down suddenly in a flapping manner, often due to paralysis of the peroneal and anterior tibial muscles.
[hahy-step-ing] /ˈhaɪˈstɛp ɪŋ/ adjective 1. seeking unrestrained pleasure, as by frequenting night clubs, parties, etc.; leading a wild and fast life: a high-stepping young crowd. 2. (of a horse) moving with the leg raised high. noun 1. a horse trained to lift its feet high off the ground when walking or trotting