He seems to know this, and I hope to high heaven he seeks and secures his revenge.
But hard as it is for a liberal to say, the Democratic party in New Jersey has traditionally stunk to high heaven.
Conservatives, he said, were “shrieking to high heaven,” attacking the New Deal as “state socialism.”
For earthly deities made strife, and blood ran, and fearful sounds of war arose, even to high heaven.
The moon, too, is in high heaven, almost a three-quarter disk.
To Arthur and Alice, their new-found brother, strong and loving, was as an angel from high heaven.
So, often, for that matter—and to high heaven—do the clever ones!
The pillars rested on the nethermost rock-bottom, and the cross-beams rose to the Plain of high heaven.
Honourably, said his father, as it befits a Prince of high heaven.
He had all the finest crop the trees had yielded—but he had yet to reckon with high heaven.