|high and mighty
||better than other people, snobbish, upper crust
||After she married the judge, she acted kind of high and mighty.
||celebrating by slapping each other's raised hand
||After scoring a goal, the players exchanged high fives.
||superior, above other people
||We don't like managers who are high handed - high and mighty.
||proud, snobbish, pompous
||Cynthia looks high-hat, but she's really very friendly.
||expecting the best, hoping for success
||Todd has high hopes for his son, including a college education.
|high on the hog
||having expensive things, in luxury
||If I win the lotto, we'll live high on the hog - in a mansion!
||a person who spends a lot on gambling and betting
||This is a game for high rollers. You need a hundred grand to play.
||nervous and sensitive, easily upset
||Jacqueline won't speak in public because she's very high strung.
||late, past due, about time
||It's high time you got a job, Ty. What kind of work do you like?
||drive fast, boot it
||The big truck was highballin' it, speeding down the freeway.