shoulder-high

shoulder-high

adj
as high as a person's shoulder
Translations

shoulder-high

[ˈʃəʊldəˈhaɪ] adv to carry sb shoulder-highportare qn in trionfo
References in classic literature ?
At six o'clock the wheat-rick was about shoulder-high from the ground.
On every hand opened tiny vistas of enchantment, where young redwoods grouped still and stately about fallen giants, shoulder-high to the horses, moss-covered and dissolving into mold.
It was a noble valley, now shut in by high canyon walls, and again opening out into beautiful stretches, wide and long, with pasture shoulder-high in the bottoms, meadows dotted with flowers, and with clumps of timberspruce--virgin and magnificent.
Over the edge there peeped a clean-cut, boyish face, which looked keenly about it, and then, with a hand on either side of the aperture, drew itself shoulder-high and waist-high, until one knee rested upon the edge.
Or, depending on your profession, a vast integrated office space filled with shoulder-high plastic partitioning.
Consider the potential of waist or shoulder-high partitions, or doorway-like arches that clearly demarcate your space.
class="MsoNormalThey waved signs with messages in his praise, blew whistles and lifted Mr Tabichi shoulder-high at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport in Nairobi, after he landed.
If you are right-handed and receiving a ball on the right side, shoulder-high, you cannot go on offense when playing the ball so high.
Australia started aggressively with captain Mile Jedinak booked early on for an accidental shoulder-high kick on Peru's Cueva.
A pitch invasion and delirious, manic scenes greeted Mike Dean's final whistle, with Boro players carried shoulder-high by swarms of overjoyed fans.
Co Drogba, 37, who announced before kick-off he was leaving Chelsea, but wanted to carry on playing for one more year, was carried off shoulder-high by his team-mates.
Costa had replaced Didier Drogba, who was carried shoulder-high from the pitch by his team-mates after his final performance in a Chelsea shirt.