highish

highish

(ˈhaɪɪʃ)
adj
quite high
References in classic literature ?
The clergymen have highish notions, in general," said Mr.
It's the usual story; if you want economy and intend doing a highish mileage, go for the diesel engines.
1 Heat half the oil in a large nonstick frying pan over a highish heat.
He is 4lb lower in the weights this time, has a decent highish draw and goes on the firm going.
Furthermore, Dakota Gold wears a hood today for the first time and I like his highish draw with Copper Knight and Soie D'Leau berthed close by.
You might feel this car, in highish SRi Nav trim with chirpy little petrol engine ,strikes a fine balance between the extremes of Astradom.
If your kitchen has highish ceilings and you're happy to change the wall units, tall ones provide extra storage.
His voice is a natural highish tenor, and he had no difficulty with the tessitura of the role.
But bargain of the day had to be a 2007 BMW Z4 Roadster - that's the modern scalloped-sided version - with a highish 81k but absolutely silly money at just pounds 5,950.
Despite this, fuel economy is nothing write home about, 34mpg is claimed but I suspect it was less than that and emissions are still highish at 195g/km, but if you can afford this, then fuel economy is probably not high on the list anyway.
And when he says, "they," of the Russians, he means "the Soviet bureaucracy," obviously, since it is this bureaucracy, not the Russian people, who are making "a serious attempt" to translate foreign writers of "a highish standard" who "are not actually, in their sense, really hostile" It is they, not the people, who dub all criticism, all skepticism about the perfect wisdom of their own decisions, "Fascist." What the common humanity of the Soviet Union feels about it all, we have to try to feel intuitively, since they have no voice.