high spot

  1. the most interesting or memorable part
    the highlight of the tour was our visit to the Vatican
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How To Use high spot In A Sentence

  • Lunch in an expensive restaurant was the high spot of the day.
  • The lecturer was covering the high spots of some particularly boring precommercial period. The Space Merchants
  • Rough wea-ther would have denied us a landing on the island, for me the high spot of the entire cruise.
  • The real high spot of the Roman culinary art was to put one thing inside another. Times, Sunday Times
  • I won't discuss the entire report. I'll just hit the high spots.
  • I could hit the high spots with a flat file and use a riffler in the curves, a lot of scraping and some sanding. Mandolin Cafe News
  • I won't discuss the entire report. I'll just hit the high spots.
  • The excursion was the high spot of our holiday.
  • Skip the tinsel, or move it to a high spot on your tree where your cats and dogs can't get them, warns. Put fragile ornaments at the tip-top of your tree, too, in case jumpy pets try to get to them.
  • The high spot, literally, is the Slieve Bloom mountains, an expanse of moorland with views across five counties.
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