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Spell check of height

Correct spelling: height

high-water mark, heyday, amplitude, zenith, milestone, extremity, highness, midst, crown, noontime, mound, meridian, noon, bulk, magnitude, natural elevation, tip, golden age, tallness, the stratosphere, flower, crescendo, summit, apex, stature, pinnacle, comeback, point, breakthrough, tiptop, teetotum, fastigium, top, cap, area, raising, eye level, maximum, altitude, superlative, glory days, elevation, top side, hump, bloom, eyeshade, chunkiness, upland, breaking point, roof, crisis, width, level, volume, crest, blossom, upside, highland, top of the inning, turning point, end, extent, aggrandizement, highlight, payoff, peak, depth, head, acme, high, apogee, crossroads, culmination, high noon, cover, whirligig, prime, tip-top, aggrandisement, mountain, pitch, spinning top, proportion, upper side, lift, summit meeting, circus tent, ne plus ultra, breadth, largeness, measurement, prominence, length, bill, middle, line of longitude, inches, rise, hill, eminence, corpulence, round top, vizor, visor, sum, flowering, extremum, high tide, watershed, deep, dimension, capacity, climax, big top, expanse, greatness, vertex, capstone, loftiness, slope, bigness, portliness, size, limit, flush, ground level, efflorescence.

nadir, glen, valley, tidewater, bottomland, abyss, minimum, hollow, plain, rock bottom, basin, foot, dell, lowland, dingle, depression, vale, dale, bottom, flat, floodplain, fen, base.

Examples of usage:

1) At such a height there is no fever. - "In Desert and Wilderness", Henryk Sienkiewicz.

2) It was unoccupied, but as it stood some little height above the ground he walked to the edge of it and looked over before he spoke. - "A Prairie Courtship", Harold Bindloss.

3) He was not there, but rather on some height alone with her and their hands touched over a photograph. - "Fortitude", Hugh Walpole.