high (adj.)
very great, extreme
3H6 II.i.59[Messenger to Richard and Edward] Clifford and the Queen ... crowned the gracious Duke in high despite
Luc.19[of Collatine] Reckoning his fortune at such high-proud rate
Oth V.ii.94[Othello to himself, of Emilia] 'Tis like she comes to speak of Cassio's death: / The noise was high
R3 III.vii.154[Richard to Buckingham, of becoming king] my desert / Unmeritable shuns your high request
Tim IV.iii.246[Apemantus to Timon, of misery and pomp] The one is filling still, never complete, / The other at high wish [i.e. has everything it wants]
Tim IV.iii.432[Timon to Bandits, of drinking wine] Till the high fever seethe your blood to froth

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