In or to heaven or a high place.‘a spotter plane circling on high’
at great height, high up, far up, way up, at altitudeView synonyms
- ‘Someone on high must have decided that we've had more than our fair share of ruined bank holidays.’
- ‘Someone on high wants it covered up and Brennan is determined to find out why.’
- ‘We managed, somehow, to keep our jobs, but alas, people on high had noticed and we were soon split up.’
- ‘How can anyone sit on high, preach the law and preach about justice and then send someone to their death?’
We take a look at several popular, though confusing, punctuation marks.