high spot

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highspot

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informal another word for highlight2
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Noun1.high spot - the most interesting or memorable part; "the highlight of the tour was our visit to the Vatican"
detail, item, particular - a small part that can be considered separately from the whole; "it was perfect in all details"
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high spot

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References in classic literature ?
It was his instinct in times of stress to seek the high spots. And then Elizabeth hurried into the room.
When the sun grew so high this morning that it struck the top of the great gateway opposite my window, the high spot which it touched seemed to me as if the dove from the ark had lighted there.
Occasionally, you can detect the odd strain in the voice as the 77 year old reaches those memorable high spots, but for a man who lost his voice due to vocal cord paresis, which took four years to conquer, it's a minor miracle that he can still produce these moments that send shivers down your spine.
There are nests in high spots and nests in low spots.
Whiskey Sour did well for Closutton over obstacles during the winter, with a Grade 1 success at Leopardstown over Christmas and a third in Cheltenham's County Hurdle two high spots.
Lewis's took out regular adverts in the ECHO, with bargains often branded as 'High Spots'.
Cross belts are primarily used for removing veneer tape running with the direction of the feed, but they work well for leveling edgebanding and slight high spots. These heads are also used for conventional sanding of pieces that only fit in the machine cross grain.
Ms Tozer in a Marie Antoinette wig squawking into the mike on her shoulder - thus wrecking the film in which sound has made its first entrance, is one of the high spots of the evening.
TV presenter Piers Morgan and Times journalist and author Caitlin Moran claimed high spots just ahead of comedians Ricky Gervais and Stephen Fry.
One of the few high spots was the opening try of the game, a Bridgend team effort setting up full-back Ross Jones for the touchdown.
Fun and audience participation with Rashid Ali, fascinating weaving body-language from singer Shin DCS and high spots from classical artiste Sanchita Pal drew everyone into the party atmosphere.