But once on the tops of these mountains, there is no precipitous decline; only high table land stretching off in all directions.
The King and his sons dined with them all on the same level, without any high table.
Many great men sat at the high table—chosen by the King for their wits, not for their birth.
The men were all seated at dinner, and he could see the fellows up at the high table.
I went to dinner with the dons at the high table, and I nearly perished of the blues.
Across the east end is a high table for the officers—the whole place resembling the great hall in a castle.
He was conducted to the high table, where Friar Andrew served him with meat, and put all manner of questions to him.
A big stoneware jug has been brought in and small jugs of simple form have been put on the high table.
A high table was spread in the hall, with the usual appliances befitting princes and nobles.
Two dirty-looking women carry in a dust-bin suspended from a stick and set it down on the high table.