High Street


  1. the main street of a town, usually where the principal shops are situated
  2. the market constituted by the general public
  3. modifier geared to meet the requirements of, and readily available for purchase by, the general public

    High-Street fashion

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Example Sentences

Kate's patronage of the High Street is undoubtedly partly to blame.

The high street purchases will reinforce perception of Kate's mastery of the common touch.

She is always playful with her style and tends to dress in a modern way—mixing high-end with high-street.

Designers Edward Meadham and Benjamin Kirchhoff of Meadham Kirchoff are creating another collection for the high-street retailer.

Kate Middleton has been out buying maternity wear in British high street favourite Topshop.

At the end of Canongate, the prolongation of High Street, we come out on a large open square.

It drove her now at a furious pace through the Gardens and along the High Street.

It topped a rise, at the end of the precipitous lane that curls out of the great modern High Street.

The High School on High street is a large and convenient building, and was erected in 1869.

So, retracing his steps, he went back to the high-street leading to the harbor.