Definition of To a higher place
1. Adverb. In or to a place that is higher.
Lexicographical Neighbors of To A Higher Place
Literary usage of To a higher place
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
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. Grammar of the Greek Language, for the Use of High Schools and Colleges by Raphael Kühner, Bela Bates Edwards (1844)
"It is used (1) in relation to space, (a) to denote a direction towards a higher place ; (b) to denote the extension from a lower to a higher place, ..."
3. A Primary School Dictionary of the English Language, Explanatory by Noah Webster, William Greenleaf Webster, William Adolphus Wheeler (1871)
"From a -lower to a higher place ou or along ; at the top of. _ a yoke. Tip-braid', vt To charge with something wrong ; to reprove severely. — SYN. ..."
4. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1821)
"Thus, " Black-eyed Susan" may, perhaps, entitle Gay to a higher place than " Prince Arthur" would confer upon Blackmore, in spite of the disparity of the ..."
5. A Common-school Dictionary of the English Language, Explanatory, Pronouncing by Noah Webster (1868)
"... in the upper parts. heedlessness. ly. —prep. From a lower U-rA'nl-um, a. A metal. int-a-ble (un-wir'- to a higher place on or U'ran-og'ra-phy, a. ..."