noun, plural high-ups.
Origin of high-up
Examples from the Web for high-up
O'Donnell's first instinct when confronted with accusations of shady finances has been to allege a high-up conspiracy.
In the old days the attaché-case was the peculiar trademark of private secretaries and diplomats and high-up people like that.
But he had to return to the high-up little room; and that night he lay awake.The Quest|Frederik van Eeden
The natives could not see how a man who wore such boots could be anything but a high-up thoroughbred.How Private George W. Peck Put Down The Rebellion|George W. Peck