Definition of a high old time in English:

a high old time

informal A most enjoyable time: they had a high old time at the clambake
More example sentences
  • Undoubtedly we had four days of the highest quality jumps racing, and when the favourites win both the Champion Hurdle and the Cheltenham Gold Cup you would be entitled to conclude that the punters had a high old time of it.
  • The impetus behind the capital of culture project is to put Cork on the map and to give Cork's populace and visitors a high old time.
  • He fidgets around the sofa, crossing his arms, chewing his lip and wearing a curious smirk that could either mean he's having a high old time or that he's never hated an interview more.
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