And what about 5761, when Israelis were being blown up by suicide bombers at the height of the Second Intifada?
Of course publishing a book of selfies is the height of Kim Kardashian self-referential ridiculousness.
All of it was delivered with an advantage of three inches in height and two inches in arm length.
That also starred Robert Downey Jr. during the height of his meltdown period.
The GOP can become that voice by making People of height a protected category under the Americans with Disabilities Act.
The top of this height, on the contrary, has scarce any wood.
To the sophist an island is an island, a river a river, a height a height, everywhere.
Guns are now made which can reach air-craft at the height of two miles.
One part of a breaker is often a hundred or a hundred and fifty feet in height.
This book was an excellent antidote to the Byronic fever, then at its height.
Old English hiehþu, Anglian hehþo "highest part or point, summit; the heavens, heaven," from root of heah "high" (see high) + -itha, Germanic abstract noun suffix. Cf. Old Norse hæð, Middle Dutch hoochte, Old High German hohida, Gothic hauhiþa "height." Meaning "distance from bottom to top" is from late 13c. Meaning "excellence, high degree of a quality" is late 14c. The modern pronunciation with -t emerged 13c., but wasn't established till 19c., and heighth is still colloquial.
The distance from the base of something to the top.
Stature, especially of the human body.
Excellent; unsurpassed; great, way rad: The gloves I got for Christmas are height
[mid-1980s+ Hip-hop; probably a shortening of the height of fashion]