Definition of In a higher place

1. Adverb. In or to a place that is higher.

Exact synonyms: Above, Higher Up, To A Higher Place
Antonyms: Below



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Lexicographical Neighbors of In A Higher Place

in God's name
in a bad way(p)
in a bake
in a beastly manner
in a big way
in a bind
in a broad way
in a canter
in a circle
in a cleft stick
in a family way
in a few shakes
in a flash
in a heartbeat
in a heartfelt way
in a higher place (current term)
in a hurry
in a jiffy
in a lather
in a league of one's own
in a low voice
in a manner of speaking
in a minute
in a moment
in a nutshell
in a one-er
in a oner
in a pickle
in a pig's arse
in a pig's eye

Literary usage of In a higher place

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1. A Dictionary of the English Languageby Samuel Johnson, John Walker, Robert S. Jameson by Samuel Johnson, John Walker, Robert S. Jameson (1828)
"To a higher place ; in a higher place ; more in quantity or number ; in or to a supérieur degree ; in a state of being supérieur to ; unattainable by ..."

2. Lexicon to the English Poetical Works of John Miltonby Laura Emma Lockwood by Laura Emma Lockwood (1907)
"(d) in a higher place: PL VII. 268. (e) a» eft. God or heaven, always preceded by from: PL II. 172 : in. 56 ; IV. 860 ; vu. 118; xi. 138, 668; PRI 274, ..."

3. A Primary School Dictionary of the English Language, Explanatory by Noah Webster, William Greenleaf Webster, William Adolphus Wheeler (1871)
"Not yielding ; stubborn ; obstinate. Tin-yoke', vt To loose from Up, adv. Aloft ; on high : above ; from a lower to a higher position ; in a higher place or ..."

4. A Dictionary of the English Language: Abridged from the American Dictionary by Noah Webster (1833)
"... adv. overhead, in a higher place. A-bove, (abuv',) pr. higher, more. Ab-ra'-ded, p. rubbed, or worn off, worn, ..."

5. A Dictionary of the English Languageby Samuel Johnson, John Walker, Robert S. Jameson by Samuel Johnson, John Walker, Robert S. Jameson (1828)
"To a higher place ; in a higher place ; more in quantity or number ; in or to a supérieur degree ; in a state of being supérieur to ; unattainable by ..."

6. Lexicon to the English Poetical Works of John Miltonby Laura Emma Lockwood by Laura Emma Lockwood (1907)
"(d) in a higher place: PL VII. 268. (e) a» eft. God or heaven, always preceded by from: PL II. 172 : in. 56 ; IV. 860 ; vu. 118; xi. 138, 668; PRI 274, ..."

7. A Primary School Dictionary of the English Language, Explanatory by Noah Webster, William Greenleaf Webster, William Adolphus Wheeler (1871)
"Not yielding ; stubborn ; obstinate. Tin-yoke', vt To loose from Up, adv. Aloft ; on high : above ; from a lower to a higher position ; in a higher place or ..."

8. A Dictionary of the English Language: Abridged from the American Dictionary by Noah Webster (1833)
"... adv. overhead, in a higher place. A-bove, (abuv',) pr. higher, more. Ab-ra'-ded, p. rubbed, or worn off, worn, ..."

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