Definition of Hights
1. hight [v] - See also: hight
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Literary usage of Hights
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Easy Rules for the Measurement of Earthworks, by Means of the Prismoidal Formula by Ellwood Morris (1872)
"On plain ground, but three levels are taken,—the centre and side hights ... 16), the centre and side hights, and the right and left distances out to the ..."
2. Ten Years in Washington: Or, Inside Life and Scenes in Our National Capital by Mary Clemmer (1882)
"... Scenery Around the Capitol—The City and Suburbs—The Public Reservation—The Smithsonian Institution—The Potomac and the hights of Arlington. ..."
3. Water Powers of Arkansas: A Preliminary Report on White River and Some of by William Nathan Gladson (1911)
"Acre-foot. An acre-foot is equal to cubic feet. or the quantity of water required to cover one acre one foot deep. Tables of daily gage hights. ..."
4. Sketches of the Campaign in Northern Mexico: In Eighteen Hundred Forty-six by Luther Giddings (1853)
"The hights are stormed, and the castle carried.—The Mexicans retire upon their second line during the night of the 22d.—Street fights on the 23d. ..."
5. History of the Thirty-seventh Regiment, Mass., Volunteers, in the Civil War by James Lorenzo Bowen (1884)
"... hights AND SALEM CHURCH. We must now glance very briefly at the progress of the great struggle on other parts of the vast arena. ..."
6. History of the One Hundred and Twelfth Regiment, N.Y. Volunteers by William Lyman Hyde (1866)
"Movement across the James at Deep Bottom—Storming New Market hights— Assault on Fort Gilmor—Loss in the Regiment—The Actions on Darling" town Road—Trip to ..."