higher

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From high (advadverb: Describes a verb, adjective, adverb, or clause--for example, "come quickly," "very rare," "happening now," "fall down."):
higher
adv comparative
highest
adv superlative
From high (adjadjective: Describes a noun or pronoun--for example, "a tall girl," "an interesting book," "a big house."):
higher
adj comparative
highest
adj superlative

WordReference English Thesaurus © 2020
Sense: Adjective: greater in size or number
Synonyms:
taller, bigger, greater, larger, longer, deeper, wider, broader, better , over , more
Antonyms:
lower , smaller, shorter, inferior, lesser , minor
Sense: Adjective: in a more elevated position
Synonyms:
more elevated, higher-up, further , on high, high up, up high, way up high, way up, uppermost, further up, overhead , topmost, top , eminent, overlying
Sense: Adjective: upper
Synonyms:
upper , high , top , superior


WordReference English Thesaurus © 2020
Sense: Adjective: tall
Synonyms:
tall , towering, lofty , sky-high, big , giant
Antonyms:
short , diminutive, tiny , undersized, stunted, small , little , miniature, dwarf , low
Sense: Adjective: elevated
Synonyms:
elevated, high up, up , raised , heightened , escalated, sky-high, through the roof (informal), inflated, jacked up
Antonyms:
underground , deep , lowly, on the ground, ground-level, low-lying, ground-hugging, low-altitude, dwarfed by
Sense: Adjective: high-pitched
Synonyms:
shrill , piercing , sharp , high-pitched, high-frequency, soprano, falsetto
Antonyms:
dull , faint , low-pitched, quiet , soft , muffled, distant , faded , baritone, bass
Sense: Adjective: stoned - informal
Synonyms:
stoned (slang), loaded , high as a kite (informal), tripping (slang), on a trip (slang), intoxicated, off your tits (UK, vulgar, slang), off your face (UK, slang), on drugs, under the influence, hopped-up (slang)
Antonyms:
clean , sober
Sense: Adjective: expensive
Synonyms:
expensive , high-priced, pricey (informal), costly, exorbitant, dear (UK, informal), astronomical, out of sb's price range, overpriced, not cheap
Sense: Adjective: high-level
Synonyms:
high-level, chief , head , top , premier , leading , lead , senior , high-up, high-ranking, in charge, important , eminent, ruling , exalted, high on the food chain (informal)
Sense: Adjective: developed
Synonyms:
developed , advanced , refined , evolved, complicated , highly complex, highly developed, higher, elaborate
Sense: Noun: high point
Synonyms:
high point, apex , climax , height , peak , crown , crest , top , pinnacle, summit , tip , highest point, zenith
Sense: Noun: ecstasy
Synonyms:
ecstasy, heaven , euphoria, cloud nine, paradise , seventh heaven
Sense: Adverb: in or to a high place
Synonyms:
up high, high up, high above, up above, sky high, high in the sky, at a great height, up , upward , upwards
Sense: Adverb: extravagantly
Synonyms:
extravagantly, luxuriously, lavishly, opulently, plusly, grandly, richly

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