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high-status

Syllabification: high-sta·tus

Definition of high-status in English:

adjective

Ranking highly in a social or professional hierarchy: high-status individuals
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  • In real life she has become known as a high-status fashion symbol in hip hop.
  • At the onset of this research, it was suspected that the Riverside data would suggest the presence of high-status individuals.
  • Although our mothers, by and large, continue to treat us as high-status as of right, no one else does.

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