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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 […]
noun, (used with a singular verb) Track. 1. a race in which runners leap over hurdles 42 inches (107 cm) high. noun 1. (functioning as sing) a race in which competitors leap over hurdles 42 inches (107 cm) high
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
[hahy-in-kuhm] /ˈhaɪˈɪn kʌm/ adjective 1. of or relating to those with a larger income than the average.