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high spot

noun
1.
(informal) another word for highlight (sense 2)
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  • When they were at a high spot, they heard a stage coming and they forced Mr. Weston to hide with them around a curve.

  • At length he climbed a sloping bank, and from a high spot searched the bay.

    Kit Musgrave's Luck

    Harold Bindloss
  • Then I climbed up on the high spot I'd spoken from earlier and called for everyone's attention.

    Little Brother

    Cory Doctorow
  • The winds that usually haunted the high spot had fallen asleep, or were lying somewhere in ambush among the woodlands beyond.

  • A high spot had been chosen, on the edge of woodland shade, looking out over a wide distance of plain and far-off ranges.

  • Jerry rather lost interest in the auction after the high spot of selling the parrot.

    Jerry's Charge Account Hazel Hutchins Wilson
  • Mr. Chaplin, the reading of the letter in 'Shoulder Arms' was the high spot of the picture.

    My Wonderful Visit Charlie Chaplin
  • From there to the Palais Heinroth, the most expensive place in Berlin and the high spot of night life.

    My Wonderful Visit Charlie Chaplin
  • He thinks this a huge joke, and he always flies to some high spot in the room and begins to sing.

    Daddy's Bedtime Bird Stories

    Mary Graham Bonner

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