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  • 1 utmost height — index ceiling, culmination, pinnacle Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 2 height — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) Vertical size Nouns 1. height, altitude, elevation; eminence, pitch; loftiness, tallness, stature, prominence (see convexity); orogeny, orogenesis, orogenics, orography. 2. (high place) mount[ain],… …

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  • 3 Height — (h[imac]t), n. [Written also {hight}.] [OE. heighte, heght, heighthe, AS. he[ a]h[eth]u, h[=e]h[eth]u fr. heah high; akin to D. hoogte, Sw. h[ o]jd, Dan. h[ o]ide, Icel. h[ae][eth], Goth. hauhi[thorn]a. See {High}.] 1. The condition of being… …

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  • 4 height — [n1] altitude, top part acme, apex, apogee, brow, ceiling, crest, crown, cusp, elevation, extent, highness, hill, loftiness, mountain, peak, pinnacle, pitch, prominence, rise, solstice, stature, summit, tallness, tip, tiptop, vertex, zenith;… …

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  • 5 height — /huyt/, n. 1. extent or distance upward: The balloon stopped rising at a height of 500 feet. 2. distance upward from a given level to a fixed point: the height from the ground to the first floor; the height of an animal at the shoulder. 3. the… …

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  • 6 utmost — Synonyms and related words: acme, all, apex, apogee, at the height, at the limit, best, brow, cap, ceiling, climax, cloud nine, crest, crown, culmen, culmination, edge, end, extreme, extreme limit, extremity, far out, farthest, first class, first …

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  • 7 height — [[t]haɪt[/t]] n. 1) extent or distance upward: The plane gained height rapidly[/ex] 2) distance upward from the lowest or a given level to a fixed point 3) the distance between the lowest and highest points of a person standing upright; stature… …

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  • 8 height — /haɪt / (say huyt) noun 1. the state of being high. 2. extent upwards; altitude; stature; distance upwards; elevation: height of an object above the ground. 3. a high place or level; a hill or mountain. 4. the highest part; the top; apex. 5. the… …

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  • 9 height — noun 1) the height of the wall Syn: size, tallness, extent upward, vertical measurement, elevation, stature, altitude Ant: width 2) the mountain heights Syn: su …

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  • 10 height — Synonyms and related words: French pitch, Olympian heights, acme, acme of perfection, aerial heights, altitude, amount, amplitude, apex, apogee, apotheosis, area, ascent, assumption, authority, authorization, be all and end all, beatification,… …

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  • 11 height — n. 1. Elevation, altitude. See tallness. 2. Eminence, summit, apex, acme, culminating point. 3. Hill, mountain, high ground, high land, eminence. 4. Utmost degree. 5. Elevation, high point, lofty position, altitude. 6. Elevat …

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  • 12 height — n 1. highness, altitude, elevation, loftiness, extent or distance upward; stature, tallness, length. 2.Often heights a. hill, mound, elevation, eminence, mountain; overlook, plateau, scenic outlook; promontory, headland, bluff, cliff, precipice,… …

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  • 13 utmost — adj 1. maximum, maximal, greatest, most, uttermost; supreme, paramount, superlative; highest, uppermost, upper, topmost, top, tiptop; sum mital, apical, apogeal, apogean; meridian, meridional, climactic, climactical, crowning, culminating,… …

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  • 14 On height — Height Height (h[imac]t), n. [Written also {hight}.] [OE. heighte, heght, heighthe, AS. he[ a]h[eth]u, h[=e]h[eth]u fr. heah high; akin to D. hoogte, Sw. h[ o]jd, Dan. h[ o]ide, Icel. h[ae][eth], Goth. hauhi[thorn]a. See {High}.] 1. The condition …

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  • 15 ceiling — I noun acme, altitude, apex, apogee, climax, culmination, extreme, extremity, farthest point, height, highest degree, highest point, limit, maximum, optimum, peak, pinnacle, record, roof, summit, tectum, top, ultimate, utmost, utmost extent,… …

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  • 16 pinnacle — I noun acme, apex, apogee, cap, ceiling, climax, consummation, crest, crown, crowning point, culmination, extremity, head, height, highest degree, highest point, meridian, peak, point, summit, tip, top, upper extremity, utmost extent, utmost… …

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  • 17 top — I. n. 1. Summit, apex, acme, pinnacle, zenith, vertex, utmost height, culminating point, meridian. 2. Surface, upper side, superficies. 3. Utmost degree. 4. Highest part, upper end, apex. 5. Head, highest rank, most honorable position, highest… …

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  • 18 culmination — I noun acme, apex, apogee, cap, climax, crest, crown, crowning touch, head, height, highest point, peak, pinnacle, summit, top, topmost point, utmost height, zenith II index ceiling, conclusion (outcome), consequence ( …

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  • 19 Summit — (Roget s Thesaurus) < N PARAG:Summit >N GRP: N 1 Sgm: N 1 summit summit summity| Sgm: N 1 top top vertex apex zenith pinnacle acme culmination meridian utmost height ne plus ultra …

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  • 20 William Petty — Infobox Philosopher region = Western philosophers era = 17th century philosophy (Modern philosophy) color = #B0C4DE |thumb|200px image caption = William Petty name = William Petty birth = May 27 1623 death = December 16 1687 school tradition =… …

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