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high place

(in ancient Semitic religions) a place of worship, usually a temple or altar on a hilltop. Unabridged
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  • Look at all the people in high places who began as nothing more nor less than adventurers.

    Nobody Louis Joseph Vance
  • I understand now the Western hyperbole of “hitting the high places.”

  • How long must these sneaking Catilines in high places abuse our patience?

    Red-Tape and Pigeon-Hole Generals William H. Armstrong
  • Those who sit in the high places must be hard, yet have I discovered that it is hard to be hard.

  • Several mayors, too, it is reported, have threatened to resign unless more energetic counsels prevail in high places.

British Dictionary definitions for high places

high places

plural noun
positions and offices of influence and importance: a scandal in high places

high place

(Old Testament) a place of idolatrous worship, esp a hilltop
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