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As High As A Kite ( elevated to a great height ... )

"As High As A Kite"

Something that is as high as a kite is way up in the air.

Example: "The ball got stuck up there on the roof. It's as high as a kite."

High can also mean that you are having a good time, in high spirits.

Example: "What a wonderful day we had. We were as high as a kite."

People who are very high from some drink or drug are also said to be as high as a kite.

Example: "Did you talk to your grandfather after his operation?" Reply: "Yes, but he was as high as a kite."

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